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Canada's housing market remains 'highly vulnerable': CMHC

According to BNN, "Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. says the country's housing markets remain "highly vulnerable" with evidence of moderate overvaluation and price acceleration.

Markets in Toronto, Hamilton, Vancouver, Victoria and Saskatoon are highly vulnerable, the national housing agency said in its quarterly housing market assessment on Thursday."

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One last gasp for the Canadian residential market as rule changes cloud 2018 outlook

According to Financial Post, " [r]ealtors are predicting a busy Christmas selling season as homebuyers rush to beat the latest deadline designed to further cool the market."

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Jethro Seymour, one of the Top Toronto Real Estate Brokers, provides you with Canadian real estate news headlines (October 28th, 2017)

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Here’s what’s attracting Chinese buyers to Canadian real estate despite foreign-buyer taxes

According to BuzzBuzzNews, "[e]ducational opportunities are driving Chinese homebuyer inquiries for Canadian properties, despite foreign-buyer taxes in two of the nation’s hottest housing markets.

Last year, over 132,300 Chinese students were enrolled in Canadian schools and colleges, up 10 per cent compared to 2015, according to Juwai.com.

China was the biggest source of international students in Canada in 2016, where they represented roughly 32 per cent of all international students."

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