Single-income earners are being priced out of Canada’s housing market

Econ & Housing

There are signs that the unprecedented landscape of Canada’s housing market is heading in the opposite direction. The national average price of a home in Canada hit a record highin February — $816,620 – representing a 20 per cent spike compared to the same time last year. But it appears February’s record may also represent…

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