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house price forecast

The forecasts may disagree, but one thing seems certain right now: Detached homes are in, and apartments are out.
Lower mortgage rates, help for first-time buyers and increased immigration levels are all pushing the housing market upwards.
Whether you're a homebuyer or a homeowner, there's something for you to be unhappy about in this forecast.
But Toronto will not be among them, a new forecast predicts.
The party will end in the Toronto and Vancouver housing markets this year, TD Bank says in a new report. It's a party many
TD forecasts for house prices, by province The weakness will be due to “both weaker demand as well as a multi-year period
House prices in Toronto are about to peak and begin declining, TD Bank forecasts in a new analysis that declares the city’s long-running building boom “has come to an end.”
The U.S. housing market is bouncing back strongly after years of stagnation, but the problems in Canada’s housing market
Construction on new Canadian homes will fall 11 per cent in 2013 compared to the year before, but pick up in the second half