A recent data that showed home construction plans revealed in-differences between the two most known types of housing, with a small amount of single-family homes planned while the multi-family units increased in number.
A report was made by Statistics Canada that the value of residential permits given out in July has further declined. During that month, permits that were worth $4.0 billion were issued by the municipalities, decreasing by 2 percent making it the fourth month in a row to experience a downfall. When measured in volume. There was an increase of 2.2 percent for permits during July, to 15,388 residences, returning to normal from June which was the lowest point for permits the latter part of 2012.
Certain intents for the single-family homes after the value went down by 3 percent to $2.4 billion triggered the decline, which was followed by a 4.9 percent decline in June. The number of single-family homes that were issued permits in July was 5,736 in number, declined by 0.5 percent from June. The areas that experienced a woeful downfall in this sectors were, BC, Ontario and Alberta.
The multi-family houses have a more reasonable decrease, with the numbers being slightly down by 0.4 percent to $1.7 billion in value, alongside Quebec and BC. Nevertheless, when it comes to the volume terms, this sector went up by 3.9 percent to 9,652 housing units.