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To say much has changed during the last month would be a huge understatement as the spread of the COVID-19 virus has risen to global pandemic proportions.
Is using the Home Buyer's Plan a truly effective method for sourcing down payment funds, especially in Canada’s most expensive real estate markets? Let’s take a look.
If the 2019 housing market could be summed up in one word, it would be “rebound” – most of Canada's major urban markets saw sustained improvement in sales and price growth in the second half of the year.
As the cost of ownership housing also steadily increases, more would-be real estate purchasers are lingering in the rental market for longer.
It has been nearly one year since cannabis was legalized in Canada – but has the haze cleared from how Canadian home buyers and sellers feel about its presence?
The First-Time Home Buyer’s Incentive – the federal government’s much-debated mortgage equity sharing program – went into effect Sept. 2.
The growing narrative from CREA is that conditions are balancing out; June sales and price growth was fairly stagnant, up 0.3 per cent and 1.7 per cent year over year, respectively.
A new data report reveals just how out of reach homeownership can be, even for city residents earning a living wage.
These ten cities can still be considered affordable for single buyers earning a median household income.
Zoocasa crunched the numbers in three key housing markets, comparing the monthly trajectory of the local average home price to the performance of three popular investments over the course of 2018.