Is Canada in a housing bubble?
The Canadian property bubble refers to a significant rise in Canadian real estate prices from 2003 until 2019 and ongoing that some have described as a real estate bubble. Over this period Canada has seen an increase in home and property prices of up to 337% in some cities, leading to a large real estate bubble.
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