Canada’s Bubble: Housing Prices 26 Percent Higher Than 2008 Peak

Printer-friendly version
April 15, 2015

According to Business Insider, Canada’s housing bubble “is bigger than anything the U.S. was able to conjure up.”

Data from Teranet–National Bank National Composite House Price Index shows that since the year 2000, home prices have jumped 140 percent in the survey’s 11 metropolitan markets. Canadian home prices today are 26 percent higher than they were at 2008’s peak.

Read more

Comments on: "Canada’s Bubble: Housing Prices 26 Percent Higher Than 2008 Peak"

July 2017

This Month in Professional Builder

Products
Features

Ashton Woods launched Starlight Homes to target entry-level home...

Overlay Init