Bank Plots Housing Crash

A housing crash in Vancouver and Toronto would put almost a fifth of Canadian mortgages under water but shouldn’t trigger any bank failures, says the Bank of Canada. Researchers saw little chance of bank runs seen following a 1982 crash: “A quick drop in house prices in the Toronto and Vancouver areas would be nationally significant.”

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