Research data can help you drive change, inspire policy, help society and develop new and exciting innovation.
CMHC’s research data is no different. We offer a variety of quality housing data to help you with your research that will help you create change and develop new and exciting innovations in the world of affordable housing.
You may be creating a:
- municipal initiative
- policy proposal
- research paper
- economic scan
- looking to get a COVID-19 impact baseline
CMHC has recently updated data on subjects covering mortgage loans and borrowers. Soon we will be updating the arrears data.
These Microsoft® Excel tables will complement your housing research for your customized reports for municipalities, think tanks, the media or financial institutions
CMHC’s housing data paints a picture of the proportion of total outstanding debt, schedule payments and financial obligations. You can find information on the type of credit products Canadians are holding. This can be a mortgage, line of credit, vehicle, and credit cards just to name a few. This information can give you a high level and city level idea of how households are using credit.
Stay on top of trends, and gain new insights.
Data can tell stories of what has happened in the past, and what is happening now. If data modelling is your forte, can you predict potential future outcomes. Our data can be used as a credible source to back up your messaging.
The timeline of this data ranges from 2012 to 2020. This can help you to identify trends as well as have a current snapshot on mortgage loans and debt. Selected data is presented by:
- Large cities (Census Metropolitan Areas)
This arrangement of the data can help you to compare your local city to:
- other cities
- your province
- the nation
There is a large selection of other housing-related data also ready for your use:
- rental market data
- core housing need
- young adults
- housing market indicators
- housing market data
- household characteristics
We release data tables, reports and updates several times a year. Stay up-to-date on the latest housing data.