Section: Real estate

The real-estate market could suffer from a recession

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The real-estate market could suffer from a recession - EN-CA

The real-estate market could suffer from a recession

Even if we cannot clearly speak about a real-estate bubble, the Canadian situation raises concerns

Canada's Real Estate Market Slows While Most International Markets Stumble

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Canada's Real Estate Market Slows While Most International Markets Stumble - market xn-location price housing

Canada's Real Estate Market Slows While Most International Markets Stumble

Historically low borrowing costs combined with sharply lower home prices have restored considerable housing affordability. In more typical times, this would be a sufficient catalyst for a strong revival in housing demand.

Canadian home sales hold steady in August

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Canadian home sales hold steady in August - national housing activity month level average August market

Canadian home sales hold steady in August

Among major urban centres, Toronto and Ottawa posted a monthly increase in activity while Calgary, Montreal and Vancouver saw activity decline slightly.

New Housing Price Index (July 2011)

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New Housing Price Index (July 2011) - price

New Housing Price Index (July 2011)

In July, prices remained unchanged in 6 of the 21 metropolitan regions surveyed. The most significant monthly price decline was recorded in Calgary (-0.5%), as some builders offered free upgrade packages and ...

Quebec housing starts in August 2011

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Quebec housing starts in August 2011 - month August start

Quebec housing starts in August 2011

The results for August brought year-to-date urban starts above the 25,000-unit mark, but the total represented a decrease of 12 per cent from the first eight months of 2010.