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15 November 2018

More than half of Canadian first-time buyers plan to make a purchase during the next two years

This year, Canadian first-time home buyers have been facing a lot of various challenges: from three rate increases to mortgage rules tightening implemented in January. However, a recent poll shows that most of them still plan to become homeowners soon.

The latest survey by Rate Hub says that 71% of would-be buyers plan to make a purchase in the future. In addition to it, 59% want to buy a property during the next two years.

“Such a strong intention to buy real estate is restrained by several potential homeownership difficulties,” – says the report.

According to the report, 44% of respondents name insufficient down payment amount as the main challenge when buying a property.

 
12 November 2018

New rules will make it more difficult to get a second mortgage if you already have a HELOC

If you have a home-equity line of credit (HELOC) and you want to get a new mortgage in addition to it, there’s bad news for you. Lenders will make it more difficult to do it.

On Tuesday, Canada’s main HELOC industry member, Toronto-Dominion Bank, changed its policy concerning this issue.

Now, if you want to receive a new mortgage and still keep your HELOC, you’ll have to prove TD that you can manage a theoretical monthly payment based on the limit of your HELOC (not the outstanding balance).

TD joins a short list of lenders who changed their policy, including RBC.

 
9 November 2018

CMHC market forecast for Great Toronto and Vancouver real estate

According to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), the GTA market will be quite balanced in 2020 with home sales showing a slight decline caused by growing interest rates.

“As sales are expected to fall slightly, the house price growth will be almost in line with inflation, so we won’t see the double-digit growth which we’ve seen a few months ago,” - noted CMHC’s Manager of Market Analysis Dana Senagama. “We expect higher price growth in the downtown areas of some major GTA parts, e.g. Toronto, Markham and Mississauga, where there are more condominiums.”

Senagama says resales will also go down at the end of 2020, restrained by higher mortgage rates.

 
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15 November 2018

More than half of Canadian first-time buyers plan to make a purchase during the next two years This year, Canadian first-time home buyers have been f...Read more >>

12 November 2018

New rules will make it more difficult to get a second mortgage if you already have a HELOC If you have a home-equity line of credit (HELOC) and you w...Read more >>

9 November 2018

CMHC market forecast for Great Toronto and Vancouver real estate According to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), the GTA market will...Read more >>
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