Canada housing starts june 2019

Jun 11, 2019 · — CMHC (@CMHC_ca) June 10, 2019. Naturally, two of Canada’s biggest housing markets, Vancouver and Toronto, had the most housing starts by a long shot. They had 42,667 and 19,943 new builds, respectively, last month. In comparison, Calgary and Ottawa followed behind with just 9,545 and 7,624 housing starts in May, respectively. The strong surge in the SAAR of apartment starts in April is also contributing to the high level of the trend measure of total housing starts in June. The trend in housing starts was 205,838 units in June 2019, compared to 200,530 units in May 2019, according to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC).

Dec 09, 2019 · PUBLISHED - Dec 9, 2019. In Alberta, urban housing starts totaled 2,175 in November 2019, a year-over-year increase of 2.2%. Canadian housing starts fell by 9.5% over the same period. In Alberta, single-detached units had the largest gain (11.8%), while row units declined by 20.5%. Canada Housing Starts is at a current level of 201.32K, up from 200.67K last month and down from 224.74K one year ago. This is a change of 0.32% from last month and -10.42% from one year ago. Jun 10, 2019 · Canadian housing starts fell in May compared with the previous month as groundbreaking tumbled by 18.5% on multiple unit urban homes, data from the national housing agency showed on Monday. Canadian housing starts rose 9.1% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 212,695 units in June, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. said Tuesday. Market expectations were for housing starts to move ... Jul 19, 2019 · Housing starts in Canada exceeded expectations in June, according to statistics released by the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CHMC). CMHC research found that housing starts across the country reached a SAAR (Seasonally Adjusted Annual Rate) of 245,657 in June, 26% higher than May’s 196,809 units. Seasonally adjusted annual rates ... Jul 13, 2019 · New home starts reached 245,700 across Canada in June, up from 196,800 in May, on a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR*). June was also the first month in 23 years each of the 10 Canadian provinces recorded increases, says Jocelyn Paquet, an economist with National Bank of Canada.

Jul 18, 2019 · The monthly Metropolitan housing starts publication provides the recent trends in housing starts for 29 metropolitan areas and expectations for starts over both the short and long term. There are seven CMAs with both positive short- and long-term expectations, two more than last month. Cities in ... Jul 23, 2019 · The fact that housing starts jumped by 25% from 197,000 units (SAAR) in May to a 19-month high of 245,700 in June suggests that the Canadian housing market is recovering from a weather-depressed first quarter.