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Canada's average home price drops 5% in February compared to year ago

Canadian home sales fell 16.9 per cent in February, while the national average sale price dropped five per cent, compared to a year earlier.

New monthly numbers from the Canadian Real Estate Association also show that national home sales declined 6.5 per cent from January to February, the second consecutive monthly decline and the lowest reading in nearly five years. 203 more words

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Home sales drop to lowest monthly level in three years as new mortgage rules douse demand

OTTAWA — Resales of Canadian homes dropped 14.5 per cent in January from December to the lowest monthly level in three years as tighter mortgage rules doused demand, the Canadian Real Estate Association said on Thursday. 321 more words

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Canadian home sales drop 14.5% from December to January as new mortgage rules kick in

Home sales nationwide dropped by 14.5 per cent in January compared to December, the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) said on Thursday.

The seasonally adjusted average price of residential property slipped 2.4 per cent over the period, from $513,519 in December to $501,040 in January. 171 more words

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This $750K Toronto listing could be the litmus test for Canada's housing market

Wondering whether rising interest rates and the new mortgage rules are going to blow the froth off Canada’s hottest real estate market? The test for that may be what happens to a new Toronto listing that has locals talking. 520 more words

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Toronto home sales shook off summer slump in December, but brace for January chill

OTTAWA — Resales of Canadian homes rose 4.5 per cent in December from November, the fifth straight monthly rise, likely because activity was pulled forward to avoid mortgage rule changes that hit in January, the Canadian Real Estate Association said on Monday. 253 more words

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Slumping home sales to cost economy $1 billion and almost 12,000 jobs next year, CREA warns

TORONTO — The Canadian Real Estate Association said Thursday its lower home sales forecast will cost the economy $1 billion next year — as the impact of tighter mortgage regulations that come into effect New Year’s Day take a toll on the sector. 609 more words

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