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Canadian home sales predicted to shrink 1.1 per cent in 2015

TORONTO — The Canadian Real Estate Association is predicting that the impact of declining oil prices on consumer confidence in some provinces will push down Canadian home sales by 1.1 per cent this year, to 475,700 units countrywide. 530 more words

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Canadian Home Sales Increase In February

The Canadian Real Estate Association’s latest national home statistics say that home sales across Canada increased by 1 per cent from January to February, with the number of newly listed homes decreased by 2.5 per cent. 172 more words

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Get ready for a new round of speculation of a Canadian housing crash

The Canadian housing market’s continued strength was on display again Friday, but news that prices are rising on a national level is sure to drive a new round of crash speculation. 614 more words

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Real estate association lowers 2015 forecast to reflect lower oil prices

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The Canadian Real Estate Association is predicting that the impact of declining oil prices on consumer confidence in some provinces will push down Canadian home sales by 1.1 per cent this year, to 475,700 units countrywide. 345 more words

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Home prices are cooling everywhere but red-hot Vancouver, Toronto

National home prices continue to post bigger-than-expected gains as the still-red hot markets of Vancouver and Toronto skew averages higher, the country’s real estate association… 543 more words

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Canada home prices keep rising despite slowdown in Prairies

Housing sales across the country continued to raise along with prices despite a slowdown in parts of western Canada, the Canadian Real Estate Association said Friday… 227 more words

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Home price growth in Calgary no longer tops in Canada

Calgary no longer leads the country in annual home price growth.

According to the MLS Home Price Index, released Friday by the Canadian Real Estate Association, Greater Toronto has taken over from Calgary with the highest year-over-year price growth in February at 7.84 per cent, followed by Greater Vancouver at 6.38 per cent. 472 more words

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