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We could be in for "a typical correction," one analysis predicts.
The mortgage insurer's predictions would look far less alarming if it used the same measure of house prices as other forecasts.
Canada might be underestimating how much consumer prices are rising because of how it measures housing costs.
Six of the country's largest metro areas saw house prices slump in October, but it's probably not the start of a trend.
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Edmonton house prices are lower today than they were 12 years ago.
We've fallen to 37th place from fourth on a ranking of hottest housing markets.
Just don't expect another real estate "frenzy" anytime soon.
House prices have been falling for three straight months, suggesting the party may be over.
The cure for irrationality may be a mortgage rate hike.
The rush ahead of new mortgage rules will continue until the summer, NBF says.
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The Teranet/National Bank house price index hit a new record high in July, largely due to strong growth in the Toronto area
Canadian home prices hit a record high in May despite signs of an “oversupply” in many markets, National Bank Financial said
Toronto, Vancouver still hot Alberta shows surprising resilience Canada’s new worst resale housing market: Ottawa Canada’s
House prices fell in February in eight of 11 major housing markets measured by the Teranet/National Bank House Price Index
The old and familiar rule of real estate is that it’s all about location, location, location. But getting a good deal on
Canadian home prices are expected to rise 0.9 per cent next year, to an average of $409,300, the Canadian Real Estate Association
With the U.S. economic recovery now firmly in place, the Bank of Montreal sees interest rates rising next year. And that
House price growth accelerated in Canada in July, according to the Teranet-National Bank house price index. Prices in the