Real Estate — November 19, 2012Media Advisory: Hamilton Housing Outlook Seminar "How Does Hamilton Measure Up?"
HAMILTON, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Nov. 19, 2012) - Media are invited to attend Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation's Hamilton Housing Outlook Seminar. This annual event is an important forum to hear the latest housing market trends, forecasts and analysis for Hamilton.
This year's theme, "How Does Hamilton Measure Up?" will examine where the Hamilton housing market is heading and what challenges lie ahead, in comparison with other markets.
CMHC's Housing Outlook sessions offer access to the most extensive housing research network in Canada.
For event details, visit www.cmhc.ca/conferenceregistration.
|Date: Tuesday, November 20, 2012|
|Time: 9:00 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.|
|Royal Botanical Gardens|
|680 Plains Road West|
For more information, media may contact:
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
Communications and Marketing
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