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17 December 2018

Will home sales keep falling in 2019?

According to the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA), home sales will drop to a near decade low level next year, pushed down by growing interest rates and a new mortgage stress-test.

CREA, which represents more than 125,000 realtors, expects home sales in Canada to drop to the lowest mark in 9 years, but still remain almost unchanged from this year. The group predicts only a 0.5% decline to 456,200 sales.

In CREA’s opinion, the national average home price will go up by 1.7% to $496,800 next year.

The association predicts a recovery in sales activity in Ontario and more gains in Quebec. Sales were expected to decline in Alberta and British Columbia.

In addition to it, CREA revised down its forecasts for 2018, now expecting the national home sales to fall by 11.2% to 458,200 units this year, marking the lowest level in five years.

The group says British Columbia and Ontario will account for the most of this year's drop, while sales in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Newfoundland and Labrador will also show sharp decreases.

The average home price went down by 4.2% from 2017 to $488,600.

 
14 December 2018

Canadian biggest banks tighten mortgage market conditions following a rules change

Canada’s largest banks are tightening their approach to the national C$1.5 trillion mortgage market, as the new rules developed to reduce risky lending, make it more difficult for borrowers to switch lenders. Certain analysts predict higher gains for Canada’s biggest two banks.

The rules, which require a stress-test for borrowers with qualifying under a contract rate plus 2%, were expected to reduce the banks’ domestic businesses because of fewer customers.

The rules B-20 don’t apply to borrowers who renew their mortgages with a current lender, and it creates an unfair competition background.

 
13 December 2018

Many Canadians believe they will buy their dream house someday

Although the pressure from higher interest rates and growing prices is rising, 41% of Canadians believe they will buy a house of their dreams someday, meaning a detached home large enough for a big family.

According to the recent poll by Zoocasa, 74% of respondents consider ownership to be an important stage in their lives. A quarter of Canadians also noted they are already living in their preferred homes.

Nevertheless, the financial pressures represent a serious threat, with about 27% of respondents saying they don’t hope for a dream house.

 
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17 December 2018

Will home sales keep falling in 2019? According to the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA), home sales will drop to a near decade low level next ...Read more >>

14 December 2018

Canadian biggest banks tighten mortgage market conditions following a rules change Canada’s largest banks are tightening their approach to the nation...Read more >>

13 December 2018

Many Canadians believe they will buy their dream house someday Although the pressure from higher interest rates and growing prices is rising, 41% of ...Read more >>
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