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5 October 2018

Historical home sales information will be provided on a free online basis

The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) will be posting historical home sales data on its realtor.ca website and provide a free access to it without a password.

The change follows a Supreme Court decision to end Toronto Real Estate Board’s attempts to protect home sales data. While the case concerned the GTA data, it still set a precedent.

It’s important to note that CREA will not automatically add the data and Toronto will hardly make the list. CREA will only include the information by request from regional real estate boards.

 
4 October 2018

How did B-20 and a new stress test affect Canada’s real estate market?

As you know, in 2013, the B-20 rules for residential mortgages were introduced. They were created as a reaction to the financial issues in the U.S., caused by poor mortgage lending system.

It’s been 5 years since the implementation, and now the Canadian housing market is facing another trouble – weak affordability level. Many believe that it has become extremely difficult for first time buyers to purchase real estate. In order to cope with low affordability and a new stress test, some young Canadians ask their parents for help with providing a necessary down payment.

The recent report shows a decline in mortgage originations from the Millennial and Generation Z group, while the number went up amongst the Pre-War Generation (73-93 years old). The increase of mortgage originations from the Pre-War Generation was as large as 63% in the last quarter.

 
2 October 2018

How will the new USMCA deal influence Canada’s real estate market?

As you know, the Bank of Canada has been raising interest rates recently, and many industry specialists discuss the next hike date. As the NAFTA negotiations led to a new United-States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), it’s quite possible that another rate increase is coming soon.

Last night, the Trudeau government confirmed that a new trade deal was created, and it should be signed this year. The central bank has been saying for months that uncertainty over NAFTA was the key factor restraining the rate growth pace. And as this issue is solved now, the BoC may start raising the rates faster.

“It’s obvious, that such a result is a green light for the Bank to make another increase in October and continue later this year”, - says BMO chief economist Douglas Porter.

Last time, the rate was increased in July to 1.50%.

 
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