CMHC

rental housing surplus

CondoBusiness

Affordable housing set for surplus federal properties

Surplus federal properties in Ontario, Quebec and Newfoundland are set to be repurposed into affordable housing as part of the Federal Lands Initiative.
construction housing starts trend

CondoBusiness

National housing starts trend held steady in January

In January 2019, the trend in housing starts was 208,131 units, up from December 2018’s 207,171 units, according to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
liveable cities housing market

CondoBusiness

Housing market vulnerable despite easing overvaluation: CMHC

Although overvaluation has eased in Toronto and Victoria, the national housing market remains vulnerable for the tenth quarter in a row, finds CMHC.
affordable housing crisis

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Be part of Canada’s next generation of affordable rental housing

The affordable housing crisis is hurting many Canadians, from the country’s most vulnerable populations to middle-class people.
affordable housing crisis

Canadian Property Management

Be part of Canada’s next generation of affordable rental housing

The affordable housing crisis is hurting many Canadians, from the country’s most vulnerable populations to middle-class people.
construction tower cranes housing starts

CondoBusiness

National housing starts trend declines in December

The trend in housing starts was 206,981 units in December 2018, down from 212,338 units in November 2018, according to CMHC.
affordable rental housing

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Affordable rental housing on national agenda

As 2019 begins, Canadians continue to face a well-chronicled slate of challenges when it comes to finding affordable rental housing. Here, housing experts share their insights...and even a few solutions.
ACEC-BC president

CondoBusiness

Gordon J. Laing joins CMHC Board of Directors

Gordon J. Laing has been named the newest member of Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC)’s Board of Directors, effective December 12, 2018.
developer housing starts

CondoBusiness

National housing starts trend rises in November

The trend in housing starts was 210,038 units in November 2018, up from 206,460 units in October 2018, according to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
CPA Canada study

CondoBusiness

Canadian housing collapse doubtful: CPA Canada

A recent CPA Canada study finds that Canada’s housing market is different and likely more resilient than it might first appear.
construction housing starts trend

CondoBusiness

National housing starts trend decreases in October

The trend in housing starts was 206,171 units in October 2018, down from 207,809 units in September 2018, reports Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
housing market

CondoBusiness

CMHC predicts housing market activity to moderate

According to CMHC’s 2018 Housing Market Outlook, housing markets in Canada should see a moderation in both housing starts and sales in 2019 and 2020.
housing market

CondoBusiness

National housing market remains vulnerable: CMHC

Canada’s housing market remains highly vulnerable, yet conditions of overvaluation are slowing overall, notes CMHC’s most recent Housing Market Assessment.
rental housing

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Financing the future: $3.75 billion in loans to build rental housing

Having a stable supply of rental housing is critical to our nation’s housing future. That’s where the Rental Construction Financing Initiative comes in.
condominium housing starts

CondoBusiness

National housing starts trend down in August

The national trend in housing starts continued its downward path in August compared to the historical peak recorded in March 2018, reports CMHC.
high-rise housing starts

CondoBusiness

National housing starts trend down in July

The national trend in housing starts declined slightly to 219,988 units in July 2018, down from 221,738 units in June 2018, according to CMHC.
new condo sales Urbanation CMHC

CondoBusiness

National housing market remains highly vulnerable: CMHC

Canada’s overall housing market remains highly vulnerable, mostly due to evidence of overvaluation and price acceleration, finds CMHC.