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Home affordability is bad in Canada. It's about to get worse.
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All the same, affordability may not be coming back anytime soon.
You’ll need around $200,000 a year to afford the average detached home.
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The difference in mortgage costs from city to city has become a yawning chasm.
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The Liberals aimed at Toronto, but may have hit the Maritimes instead.
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One in five Canadian renters spend more than half their income on shelter alone.
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House prices rise as the population falls, and other fun factoids from Canada's senseless housing market.
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Canadians are a little more sour than usual on the housing market these days.
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Toronto and Vancouver are the "most vulnerable" markets, NBF says.
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Vancouver’s housing market has been under some heavy pressure recently, with sales falling for the past six months and the average resale price taking a big dive in August. But the same trend doesn’t...
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Global comparison puts Canadian home affordability in perspective.
Some surprising places top this list.
Low interest rates can't help much when prices are this high.