Canadian Real Estate Fall to Crash Canada’s Economy? Capital Economics Report

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Canada’s real estate market could fall more than 10%, putting Canada’s economy into a recession, according to Capital Economics. Real Estate prices are already falling, a trend that is expected to continue as the housing market responds to increased interest rates from the Bank of Canada.

As Canada’s real estate prices continue to fall Capital Economics says that will spur a decrease in residential investment (construction, renovations, etc). With the construction industry contributing such a large percentage to Canada’s GDP this will cause a real drag on the economy.

Should real estate prices fall below 10% this will push Canada into a recession, which will put further downward pressure on Canadian real estate.


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