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17 November 2017

Mortgage borrowers may face an unpleasant surprise when renewing their loans

After the previous two rate increases by the central bank in 2017, ratings agency DBRS is warning that some borrowers may be unpleasantly surprised by higher mortgage payments when they renew their loans.

In its recent report, the agency says Canada is switching from a 30-years tendency of decreasing rates. This year, the Bank of Canada has already raised its key lending rate twice: in July and September.

Last time, the BoC decided to raise the rate pointing to the national economic growth becoming more broadly-based and self-sustaining due to strong consumer spending, solid employment growth and higher incomes.

 
16 November 2017

Canadians still prefer paying in cash

The recent study by the central bank shows that even in spite of the increase in alternative methods, e.g. debit and credit cards, Canadians still prefer paying in cash for more than half of all sales.

The Bank of Canada took a closer look at the ways the Canadians choose when paying for different products and services.

Generally, although debt and credit cards are becoming more popular (particularly in case of large transactions), cash is still used more often.

The BoC reviewed the data for 2015 and saw that across all types of merchants, 51% of all transactions involved cash.

 
15 November 2017

Prices for Canadian real estate continued to rise in October. Vancouver is the leader in price growth

Last month, housing sales in Canada rose by moderate 0.9% on a seasonally adjusted basis from September, says the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA).

According to CREA, sales activity in October went up in almost half of all local markets. The Greater Toronto Area, the Fraser Valley and several markets in the Greater Golden Horseshoe region took the leading positions.

"This report proves the idea that Canada’s real estate market is moving towards a soft landing," – noted TD senior economist Michael Dolega.

"Following four months of sharp decreases, when the activity fell by 15%, October becomes the third months in a row with the national activity gains," – he added.

 
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News

17 November 2017

Mortgage borrowers may face an unpleasant surprise when renewing their loans After the previous two rate increases by the central bank in 2017, ratin...Read more >>

16 November 2017

Canadians still prefer paying in cash The recent study by the central bank shows that even in spite of the increase in alternative methods, e.g. debi...Read more >>

15 November 2017

Prices for Canadian real estate continued to rise in October. Vancouver is the leader in price growth Last month, housing sales in Canada rose by mod...Read more >>
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