With a housing shortage in some Florida counties, some buyers have begun to look to other states, including Canada, for help.

The U.S. has some of the highest mortgage rates in the world and is one of the largest purchasers of housing in the developed world.

But the U.K. and Canada have a far different experience, and both countries see a housing bubble in the U, which could potentially be a source of potential problems.

The Florida Real Estate Board says a new market has developed in the Bay Area, where home prices have soared nearly 300% since the beginning of the year.

The demand is there, and some homeowners are ready to pay up.

But real estate agent Steve Johnson is trying to keep his eye on what the local buyers are looking for.

He says some of his clients have purchased homes in a very tight market, but are ready for a buyer’s market.

Johnson says he has seen a significant number of buyers from Canada, particularly Vancouver, buy homes for a fraction of what they paid in the United States.

Johnson says the U is very different in terms of the types of homes they are interested in.