Lured by low rates: Home sales; First-time buyers 'back in force'

Low interest rates are helping lure first-time homebuyers into the market, but they are moving cautiously, according to a survey by a leading brokerage and a sampling of local real estate agents.

In the national survey by Royal LePage, Quebecers were the most likely, at 41 per cent, to report that low rates were the key incentive driving the purchase of their first property. Job security was cited as the second-most important incentive by 16 per cent of those surveyed, while lower housing prices was in third place at 13 per cent.


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