Canadian House Price Growth Is Slowing – And That’s A Good Thing

Canadian house prices are rising at their slowest pace in almost nine years, reports RBC Economics. The national benchmark price was up by just one per cent year-over-year in May, and prices were below last year’s levels in many centres including Toronto. (Click here to read.)

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