A decade after the U.S.'s bust and Canada's boom, things look surprisingly similar in the two housing markets.
2012 sure seems like a long time ago in this housing market.
The country's priciest listing is a Vancouver condo.
Canada's largest cities barely made the cut.
Canadian housing is now twice is expensive, overall, as U.S. housing.
The country is experiencing massive floor-space inequality.
Buying a home with a median income isn't an impossible task.