“Our company is dedicated to continued Canadian economic growth,” said Tom Napiontek, Director of Vision Investment Properties. “We all benefit from positive trends in the market, and the more we highlight our strong economy and bring in both domestic and foreign investors, the stronger our economy will become.”
Toronto-Dominion Bank officials projected a “soft patch” in early 2013 in a recent interview with CBC News, but TD has not gone so far as to project a downturn as much as a stall in economic growth. These projections are based on individual debt levels and a slowdown in exports, which drive the Canadian economy.
While many economists also project a slowdown in the growth of the Canadian real estate market as a whole, Vision Investment Properties sees opportunity for investors at home and abroad to issue a vote of confidence in Canada's property values – and the value of the Canadian dollar – which are expected to remain steady in the coming years. Economies both large and small in the global market face uncertain times ahead, however Canadians have taken steps to decrease debt levels and reduce the risk of financial crisis at home. Current market conditions are prime for Canadian and global investors to benefit from Canada's steadily growing economy by purchasing investment properties at prices that reflect their true value – a proposition that also benefits the country as a whole.
About Vision Investment Properties
Vision Investment Properties has become known as one of Canada’s foremost authorities in real estate investments. Founded by a group of investors who had purchased properties together in Canada over a period of several years, these professionals recognized a need for a turnkey investment solution. Nearly a decade later, Vision Investment Properties continues to benefit those seeking safety and value from investment properties by providing safe, secure, RRSP-eligible real estate investment opportunities.
For more information about Vision Investment Properties or Vision International Properties, visit http://www.viproperties.com.