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Now that Donald Trump has been sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, should we prepare for an onslaught of Americans moving north and buying Canadian homes? Don't bank on it. Americans cannot just pick up and move here because they don't like their new president.
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Canadians spoke loud and clear. They want a strong, collaborative national housing strategy to facilitate housing for those most in need, address the unique challenges facing indigenous peoples, eliminate homelessness, make housing more affordable and improve data collection, analysis and research.
Nationally, real estate markets remain healthy, with home values showing modest to strong price appreciation in almost every Canadian city. New measures introduced by the federal finance ministry on October 3, designed to cool the housing market, have led to a decline in sales in Vancouver.
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Soaring house prices are widening wealth inequality, Stiglitz says.
Gen X-ers tend to live downtown, but they've got their eye on the countryside.
Canada's soaring house prices suddenly look cheap to Americans.
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After two years on the market, a 20-room stone mansion in Quebec's eastern townships has sold, and realtor Royal LePage says it's the most expensive house ever sold in the province through the MLS. T...
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In Toronto and Vancouver’s hot housing markets, affordability is “becoming a growing challenge for many individuals and families,” Royal LePage noted in a new report. Buying any type of residential pr...
TORONTO - Figures from Royal LePage suggest that Toronto had the hottest real estate market in the country during the second quarter, with double-digit increases in all types of housing.The Vancouver...
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Canada’s cottage countries aren’t the boondocks anymore. OK well, they are, and that’s the whole point, but some are also garnering a lot of attention internationally as vacation-home hot spots. A rep...
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Buyers are in their 40s and 50s seeking to re-create the idyllic weekends and summers of their youth.
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It was fun for home owners while it lasted.
TORONTO - Royal LePage says the price of a Canadian home is expected to rise by a relatively modest 2.9 per cent on average in 2015 as price appreciation slows across the country.Toronto is expected t...
Good news for homebuyers: There are finally some signs that the astronomical climb in Canada’s average home price is starting to abate. The good news for home sellers? Prices are still growing at a st...
Tension is mounting in Canada’s tale of two housing markets. The gulf between price hikes in major cities and the rest of Canada widened during the second quarter of the year. In major cities, short...
TORONTO - The latest Royal LePage housing survey shows average price of a home in Canada increased between 1.2 per cent and 3.8 per cent in the fourth quarter of 2013.It says the average cost of a sta...
What if Canada had a housing market correction and no one noticed? That’s what real estate expert Phil Soper says has played out over the past year: the sharpest decline in home sales since the Great...
Toronto’s housing market has cooled off noticeably over the past year, with condo sales slumping by about half from their peak, but that doesn't mean prices are coming down. It would, normally, but no...
TORONTO - The latest Royal LePage report on Canadian real-estate shows average housing prices were up between two and four per cent in the fourth quarter of 2012 compared with the same time last year....
The price of homes in Canada will continue rising this year, but the hottest markets in Toronto and Vancouver will grow much more slowly, predicts the country's largest real estate broker.Low mortgage...