After shattering records in 2005, home prices in Canada are expected to moderate in most major centers next year, according to a report released today by RE/MAX Ontario-Atlantic Canada and RE/MAX of Western Canada. The RE/MAX Housing Market Outlook 2006 report found that the vast majority of major Canadian markets surveyed are expecting modest price appreciation ranging from 2 percent to 5 percent in 2006. The only exceptions are Vancouver, Kelowna, and Calgary, all of which are forecast to experience price increases of about 10 percent next year, the companies reported. Projections for average prices range from no increase in London-St. Thomas, Ontario, to a high of 10 percent in the Western Canada markets. Home sales in all but seven markets (Victoria, Kelowna, Toronto, London-St. Th...
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