More on Ottawa's Upcoming Housing Gambit: 30-year Insured Amortizations

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In 30 days, the government launches its latest housing hail mary: 30-year amortizations for default-insured first-time buyers.

Many questions surround the policy, not the least of which is: Will the scheme actually accomplish its missions?

It aims to light a fire under new construction and make homebuying more "affordable." But key hurdles make its outcome as predictable as a Newfoundland winter.

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