November 30, 2016 13:31 ET
OTTAWA, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Nov. 30, 2016) - The share of foreign ownership in condominium apartments remains low in major Census Metropolitan Areas (CMAs). This analysis is the result of combined insight from two Housing Market Insight reports released by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation today - a national look at foreign ownership and a second report delving deeper into Montréal.
National Report Highlights
Montreal Report Highlights
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"Foreign ownership is just one factor influencing Canada's housing markets - but it's an important one that continues to gain attention. Our studies show that the share of foreign ownership remains low and concentrated in newer, larger buildings located in the cores of major cities like Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal. We continue to work with our partners in finding new ways to bring this important story into sharper focus."
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
Jonathan Rotondo, Media Relations(613) email@example.com
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