Canada's soaring home prices now a "small town issue": RBC Economist


Image by Steve Buissinne from Pixabay

The Canadian housing market has seen prices gain steadily for more than a decade now, particularly in major cities such as Toronto and Vancouver. But the extreme price and activity growth in those markets is now increasingly showing up in smaller communities, Robert Hogue, a senior economist at Royal Bank of Canada, said on CTV’s Your Morning on Wednesday.

Continue to read on: CTVNEWS