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MoneySense has released its annual ranking of the best places in Canada to buy a home, and there's a new city in the top spot.
If you own a home or want one, the USCMA is going to hit your wallet.
Four Ontario cities made the top 5 in the finance website's ranking.
Even in formerly scorching markets such as Toronto and Vancouver, sales are softening and price growth is slowing.
Ensuring adequate shelter. Safeguarding homeowners' value. Protecting the environment.
We led the world in house price growth in Q1, but the party may be over.
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The belief that people are trapped in their first home due to lack of available options in Vancouver just isn't true. The benchmark prices for condos and townhomes here are now rising at the same rate, after years of plateau. Fears of not being able to move up to a larger condo or townhouse are unfounded.