Why more Canadians are embracing multigenerational households

Multigenerational households are nothing new. Nor are they unusual, statistically speaking.

According to 2016 Census data, multigenerational living arrangements – households that include at least three generations from the same family – are increasing in popularity as the fastest growing type of household in the country.

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Hard to predict where the real estate market will go from here

The Squamish real estate market, which has seen enormous growth and price inflation in recent years, now faces a number of variables, the impacts of which industry insiders say are impossible to predict.

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Prices climb, but London area real estate listings at lowest in decade

The sale of homes in the region held steady last month, but according to the London and St. Thomas Association of Realtors (LSTAR), the number of active listings fell to the lowest levels seen in the month of March in the last decade.

The association released its monthly statistics Thursday, showing 769 homes were sold in London, St. Thomas and surrounding areas in March, down nearly 38 per cent from March 2017.

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Jethro Seymour, one of the Top Midtown Toronto Real Estate Brokers, provides you with Canadian real estate news headlines ( April 8th  2018)

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Davisville Village Home Sales Statistics for February 2018

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