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Four Real Estate Stories in the News for Monday, June 12 2017

Posted by seymour on June 12, 2017
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Hello, everyone. I provide you with Canada’s news headlines for real estate news for today.

Canadian home prices settle comfortably among the world’s 5 priciest markets: report

According to Global News,

It’s often said that the third time’s the charm.

And for Canadian home prices, a third consecutive fourth-place ranking out of 55 countries suggests the Great White North’s real estate has settled comfortably among the world’s most expensive housing markets.

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Housing co-ops gather in Niagara Falls to protect and expand Canada’s stock of co-op homes

According to CNW,

Over 700 members and supporters of Canada’s housing co-ops are gathered in Niagara Falls for the annual meeting of the Co-operative Housing Federation of Canada (CHF Canada). Among other things, they are exploring exciting new initiatives for investing and partnering towards the creation of more co-op housing to address Canada’s growing housing affordability crisis.

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Canada’s housing market on the brink of ‘severe downturn,’ warns Capital Economics

According to BNN,

The hot housing markets in Vancouver and Toronto appear to be on the verge of a severe downturn that could hit Canadian economic growth, says David Madani, Senior Canadian Economist at Capital Economics.

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What rising mortgage rates could mean for Canadian homeowners

According to BuzzBuzzNews,

Despite astronomical house prices in Canada’s hottest markets and record high debt-to-income ratios, one-third of the country’s households are debt free. But, if interest rates were to rise, many households may be left struggling to keep up, suggests a new RBC Economics report.

According to the big bank, a healthy labour market and low interest rates have been supporting the amount of debt households are accumulating. But, when trends change, homeowners should be ready to adjust.

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