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Cabin & Cottage Trends Across Canada

Recreational housing market shows strong gains Strong economy, demographics and the affordability squeeze in large urban centres driving demand A new survey of RE/MAX brokers and agents has found that recreational properties [...]

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Prices Up in 75% of Atlantic Housing Markets

The housing market throughout much of Atlantic Canada is poised for solid growth in 2019 as economic performance ramps up, unemployment rates decline, and first-time buyer incentives at both provincial and federal government levels take hold.

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Single Home Buyers Hesitant to Purchase

According to a recent RE/MAX survey conducted by Leger, almost half of respondents (43 per cent) have less than $5,000 in debt, casting doubt on claims that debt is impacting their decision to purchase a home.

RE/MAX 2019 Housing Market Outlook

Modest price increases are expected in 2019, with RE/MAX estimating the average sales price to increase by 1.7 per cent. Housing markets across the country stabilized in 2018 following unprecedented price increases in many markets experienced in 2017. However, there continue to be some outliers.

RE/MAX 2018 Recreational Property Report

A recent survey of RE/MAX brokers and agents found that recreational properties are experiencing a surge in pricing, with 78 per cent of regions surveyed showing a higher median price in 2018 compared to 2017.

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