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Saskatoon home price index down less than 1 per cent: CREA

Saskatoon’s residential real estate market is proving to be resilient despite the ongoing commodities downturn that caused Saskatchewan to shed 10,000 jobs last year, according to the Canadian Real Estate Association. 281 more words

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Canadian home prices rise in January, despite declines in home resales

OTTAWA (Reuters) – Resales of Canadian homes fell 1.3 percent in January from December, as sales in Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal all declined, a report from the… 347 more words

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In a national market of extremes, Ottawa housing prices remain steady

As if we needed reminding, the latest data from the Canadian Real Estate Association – published Monday – made it clear that location really matters when it comes to putting a price on a home in Canada. 949 more words

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The housing market’s oversized contribution to Canada’s economy is about to shrink

TORONTO — Home sales are not going to be as big of a boost to the Canadian economy this year as they were in 2016, the Canadian Real Estate Association said Monday as it released its latest batch of figures. 523 more words

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Ottawa homes gain four per cent in December — still the country's most balanced market

The benchmark price for Ottawa homes eased up four per cent year over year to $341,400 in December, according to a survey published Monday by the Canadian Real Estate Association. 489 more words

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Canadian home sales rose in December, average home worth $470,661

OTTAWA – Sales of Canadian homes rose 2.2 percent in December from November, regaining some of the momentum after tighter mortgage rules sideswiped sales in November, a report from the Canadian Real Estate Association showed on Monday. 406 more words

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Top real estate stories of 2016: House flipping becomes reality, government tries to cool the hot market

What if you kept making the same prediction over and over again and it never came true?

That’s the dilemma for housing naysayers who have been calling for some type of meaningful correction for more than a decade. 160 more words

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