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housing forecast

Canada's housing markets were super hot, until COVID-19 arrived, and now they're not. Think of the market as "on hold" for the time being.
Buyers are jumping in, but sellers are jumping out.
Before you decide to pack up and move, you’ll want to watch this. From mortgage rates to government policies, HuffPost Canada’s senior business editor, Daniel Tencer, takes us through the predictions for the housing market in 2020.
But affordability problems will put a cap on how high prices can go, the industry group says.
Toronto should stay stable, but Vancouver's correction is expected to continue.
Note: This story was published in November, 2013. For the latest house price report, click here. House prices in Canada are
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