Cantonese: "B.C. has some of the highest rents, lowest vacancy rates in Canada: CMHC rental market survey"
Vancouver's Fairchild TV British Columbia reports:
The overall vacancy rate for rental apartments in Canada fell for the second year in a row, according to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Rental Market Survey released Wednesday. The vacancy rate was three per cent in 2017, but fell to 2.4% this year. The vacancy rate in B.C.’s primary rental market went up slightly to 1.4%, compared to 1.3% last year. (28/11/2018)
Spanish: "Availability of apartments to rent in Canada falls"
Montreal's Spanish news source Noticias Montreal reports:
For the second year in a row, available rental housing has fallen in Canada since demand grew more than supply. The data published this week by the Canada Mortgage Housing Corp indicate that this year's rate is at 2.4%, which is below the 3% rate recorded in 2017. (28/11/2018)