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housing Canada

A slow real estate market turned hot this year, as politicians promised help for homebuyers.
Whether you're a homebuyer or a homeowner, there's something for you to be unhappy about in this forecast.
But that doesn't necessarily mean your house is worth less.
Edmonton house prices are lower today than they were 12 years ago.
It takes less time to sell a house in quiet Maritime markets than it does in bustling Montreal.
Chances are, the value of your home didn't fall as much as the "average" price would suggest.
Years of rock-bottom interest rates and rising prices have created some problematic conditions.
The lag between start and completion means little can be done about a flood of new homes.
A "soft landing" is still the likeliest scenario, the National Bank of Canada says.