Homebuying Step by Step
Everything you need to buy a home in Canada.
Condominium Buyer's Guide
This Guide will give you the basic background information you need to figure out if condominium ownership is really for you. It will identify key questions to ask — and the people you should be asking — before you make this important purchase
Financial Information and Calculators
Mortgage information, homebuying calculators and government programs for buyers.
Housing and financial information for people aged 55 and over.
Housing Information for newcomers to Canada.
Mortgage Loan Insurance for Consumers
Costs, qualification requirements, product options, CMHC Green Home and more.
Accessible and Adaptable Housing
Accessible and adaptable housing enables people of all ages and abilities to stay in their community as long as possible.
Winter maintenance ideas for safe and warm homes
Essential tips to keep your home safe and healthy with people spending more time inside.
In-depth economic report on the mortgage market in Canada
New report fills in some data gaps by providing a broad view of the residential mortgage industry.
Montréal resale new listings down by 13,000 from 2015 to 2018
Find out why Montréal resale market new listings have fallen steadily since 2016.
“Drive until you qualify” seems to be worth it in Montréal
Find out how much Montréal households saved by moving to the suburbs.
Seniors buying share of Sherbrooke condominiums is increasing
See who bought what, and where, in Sherbrooke from 2011 to 2018.
CMHC delivers results for Canadians
Evan Siddall, our President and CEO, talks about our 2018 performance.
Protect yourself from mortgage fraud
Purchasing a home? Here’s how you can avoid mortgage fraud.
Our goal: achieving housing affordability for all
Evan Siddall, our president and CEO, talks about CMHC’s bold new housing target for 2030.
Drive until you qualify: is the commute worth it?
New CMHC report explores trade-off between location affordability and commuting costs.
Most first-time homebuyers spending all they can afford
See what the 2018 Mortgage Consumer Survey has to say about first-time buyers.