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Canadian Housing Roughly 10% Overvalued, Says IMF

Toronto housing is one regional market that could be overvalued by roughly 20 percent, according to the IMF. (Epoch Times)
Toronto housing is one regional market that could be overvalued by roughly 20 percent, according to the IMF. (Epoch Times)

OTTAWA—The International Monetary Fund (IMF) issued a warning Wednesday, Nov. 26, that a hot housing market and mounting household debt represent key domestic risks to...

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