That's one reason why they're struggling to buy homes, says new KPMG poll
Toronto is the second most overvalued market in the world, according to UBS
The author of a new book warns of an impending crash
A report from CPA Canada analyzes Canada's housing market and mortgages
UBS report warns about "strained affordability" and the impact of rising interest rates
Toronto, Vancouver, Montréal, Halifax, Victoria and Gatineau have non-resident ownership shares above 1% of the condominium apartment stock.
Immigration will be a strong driver in the medium to long term
The decline reflects a recovery in rental demand in Canada's oil-producing provinces.
The price of a home in Canada increased 13.3%, year-over-year, to $628,411 in Q3.
There were 214,821 housing units built in September 2017, compared to 220,573 units in August 2017.