Canada Has Most Overvalued Housing Market: Deutsche Bank

The new report comes as real estate giant Re/Max predicts an “exceptionally healthy” year for real estate in 2014

Canada has the most overvalued housing market among 20 developed countries, says a report from Deutsche Bank.

The new report comes as real estate giant Re/Max predicts an “exceptionally healthy” year for real estate in 2014.

Deutsche Bank estimates that house prices in Canada are overvalued by 60 per cent. That’s an average of two different measures: Home prices compared to rent (88 per cent overvalued) and home prices compared to income (32 per cent overvalued). The analysis compares house prices to historical norms.

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