These Canadian Housing Markets Took A Beating In 2018. What Does 2019 Have In Store?

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Sarah Niedoba and Josh Sherman, Livabl 2018 began with a steep nationwide drop in housing activity. Stricter mortgage qualification rules pushed buyers to the sidelines, as year-over-year double-digit sales decreases became the norm. Of course, some markets had a rougher year than others. Toronto, with its strong early-2017 performance, had a particularly cool start to the year, as did Hamilton.

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