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More young Canadians plan to invest in a house or condo according to RBC poll
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More young Canadians believe owning a home is a very good investment, according to a new RBC home ownership poll.
    
It says 86 per cent of those aged 25-34 believe owning a house or condo is a solid investment, up from a reading of 78 per cent last year.
    
RBC says that attitude is also reflected in buying intentions, with interest from the 25-34 age group rising to 41 per cent in the latest poll compared to just 25 per cent in 2013.
    
The bank also says its poll reveals that while 62 per cent of Canadians intend to buy a home with their spouse or partner, 28 per cent Canadians say they intend to buy a home by themselves.
    
Top factors considered by those who intend to buy this year include job stability and manageable debt. And, among those likely to buy a home within the next two years, RBC says four-in-10 will be first time homebuyers.
    
``The increase in the number of those who feel the housing market is a good investment, as well as the number of those who intend to buy, really highlights that Canadians have no doubt in the strength of the housing market, said Erica Nielson, RBC's vice president of home equity finance.
    
``These findings, which are uniform across Canada, are the result of a number of factors, including job stability and having saved enough for a down payment.''
    
The online poll of 2,591 Canadians was conducted by Ipsos Reid between February 4 and 14, 2014.

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  1. john posted on 04/10/2014 10:39 AM
    i have one qustian .


    did thay poll those people on what drugs thay where on before thay polled them about this .


    taxes are to high . u tills are to high and so is insurance .

    i dont see the need to buy a house the way things are going . now u cant even fart in your house without some jackass calling the police . i live in a apartment cause i cant afford a house . unless i get a hot rich wife there is no way i can afford one .
  2. ToddK_2 posted on 04/10/2014 11:29 AM
    I bought in 2007, back then yes, not now.
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More young Canadians believe owning a home is a very good investment, according to a new RBC home ownership poll.
    
It says 86 per cent of those aged 25-34 believe owning a house or condo is a solid investment, up from a reading of 78 per cent last year.
    
RBC says that attitude is also reflected in buying intentions, with interest from the 25-34 age group rising to 41 per cent in the latest poll compared to just 25 per cent in 2013.
    
The bank also says its poll reveals that while 62 per cent of Canadians intend to buy a home with their spouse or partner, 28 per cent Canadians say they intend to buy a home by themselves.
    
Top factors considered by those who intend to buy this year include job stability and manageable debt. And, among those likely to buy a home within the next two years, RBC says four-in-10 will be first time homebuyers.
    
``The increase in the number of those who feel the housing market is a good investment, as well as the number of those who intend to buy, really highlights that Canadians have no doubt in the strength of the housing market, said Erica Nielson, RBC's vice president of home equity finance.
    
``These findings, which are uniform across Canada, are the result of a number of factors, including job stability and having saved enough for a down payment.''
    
The online poll of 2,591 Canadians was conducted by Ipsos Reid between February 4 and 14, 2014.

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  1. john posted on 04/10/2014 10:39 AM
    i have one qustian .


    did thay poll those people on what drugs thay where on before thay polled them about this .


    taxes are to high . u tills are to high and so is insurance .

    i dont see the need to buy a house the way things are going . now u cant even fart in your house without some jackass calling the police . i live in a apartment cause i cant afford a house . unless i get a hot rich wife there is no way i can afford one .
  2. ToddK_2 posted on 04/10/2014 11:29 AM
    I bought in 2007, back then yes, not now.
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