Halifax, in particular, enjoyed generous market gains
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Millennial buyers are feeling optimistic, if not a little overwhelmed about taking the plunge into home ownership.
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A growing number of millennials are resigning themselves to the fact that homeownership may be out of reach for them, according to a new poll. Nearly three quarters (72%) of millennials say they have a goal of owning a home, but nearly half (46%) admit that goal is a “pipedream,” according to the KPMG Millennials […]
Overvalued, overbuilt, overheated — all of these terms have been used to describe the potential danger that the Canadian housing market has found itself in at various points over the last few years.
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There’s light at the end of the renovation tunnel.
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Montreal has dethroned Ottawa as Canada’s most in-demand housing market, according to the Scotiabank Housing Market Watch for August 2019.
There was an increase in Canadian home sales in August with a 1.4% improvement compared to July.
The Canadian housing market is teetering on the verge of favouring sellers despite the vast majority of local markets remaining balanced — for now.
Canadian home prices have lagged inflation over the past year according to a leading index.
There are signs that Canada’s housing market is about to get hotter.
There was a 3.5% rise in Canadian home sales in July compared to June and unadjusted activity was up 12.6% year-over-year.
The struggle has been real for Alberta’s biggest housing markets — but the province’s embattled urban centres are showing some signs of improvement, local real estate boards report this month.
Mortgage stress testing did more than just make it tougher for many Canadians to purchase a home — it also eroded their confidence in the housing market.
But Canadians seem to be regaining their confidence, more than a year and a half after policymakers introduced stress testing for uninsured mortgages.
The Toronto Raptors didn’t just unite an entire city by winning their first NBA Finals — they lent a hand to the Canadian economy during their historic run.
New analysis from a leading economist puts the recent Canadian housing downturn in perspective by comparing it to previous booms and busts of the last 30 years.
The recent stability seen in some of Canada’s biggest markets is here to stay, suggests one of the country’s leading real estate companies.
A year and a half after federal policymakers toughened up qualification rules to tame an unruly market and reduce risk to the economy, Canada’s mortgage market is showing signs of recovery.
Canadian construction costs are rising, and that has contributed to home price increases as developers build in growing expenses to their pricing models.
National Bank’s latest study of 10 major Canadian housing markets suggests affordability improved in the first quarter of the year as income growth outpaced home prices — and it looks like more relief is on the way.
Builders across Canada reported flat or declining prices for new homes according to Statistics Canada.
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