Canada Economics

Canada Economics

Canada Economics Weekly

11 August, 2017

Supply shortage doesn’t explain high housing valuations

Housing bulls argue that the surge in house prices in recent years and the current strength of new home construction are justified by strong population growth in Canada, but the data suggest otherwise. For more than a decade now, Canada has consistently been building more homes relative to gains in population than in the US.

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