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Eh, this was already covered in a 2015 book I'm reading now.
I can't work up any sympathy for Boomers. They have big houses, and they created a lot of the mess that leaves Millennials unable to buy those houses. To me this whole article sounds like "We expected everything to work out perfectly for us! Somebody figure this out so we can remain comfortable!"
home ownership in the GTA and Vancouver is overrated. i would recommend reading this book: The Wealthy Renter and possibly this one if you're more inclined When the Bubble Bursts. they at least provide you with less biased advice than your friends, family and the real estate industry.
Really recommend this book. It's a fantastic read: