BIV on Roundhouse April 21: Wall Street weighs in on Vancouver's real estate crisis

Former Wall Street economist Michael Hudson weighs in on Vancouver's real estate crisis | /

On the latest show, BIV takes a deep dive into real estate, starting with what a former Wall Street economist has to say about Vancouver’s real estate crisis. 

Later on, BC Real Estate Association CEO Robert Laing discusses his organization’s new plan for tackling housing affordability. 

Thom Armstrong, executive director of the Co-operative Housing Federation of British Columbia, breaks down the economic costs of different housing solutions. 

And from B.C.’s hottest industry to one that’s recovering: Frederick Davidson, president and CEO of both Energold Group and IMPACT Silver, shares his insights on trends in mining, and how Energold has seen growth even in harsh commodity price conditions.

Click here to listen to the show. 

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