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31 October 2017

GTA condos are becoming more popular among first-time homebuyers

The recent data shows that condominium units are becoming the most popular kind of real estate among Canadian buyers, as 1 in 5 households in Toronto choose this option.

The trend is strongly represented in the category of first-time millennials, who tend to prefer condos amid the on-going sharp prices growth. Moreover, this wave isn’t likely to reduce in the nearest future.

“The number of households living in condos is expected to go up,” - City Planning’s Michael Wright says.

“The potential increase of Toronto’s housing supply also includes condominium units.

 
30 October 2017

Are the new mortgage rules too risky for Canada’s real estate market?

Today many real estate specialists expect the national market to slow down next year. Moreover, one of the experts says the reason for a possible cooling is the implementation of the new mortgage rules.

“In this case, the risk of a market slowdown is caused not by the usual combination of higher interest rates and/or higher unemployment level. The main factor could be the new regulatory changes,” – says RBC chief economist Eric Lascelles.

He points to the new mortgage rules introduced by the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) last week.

Starting January 1, all uninsured mortgage borrowers will have to undergo a stress test and qualify against the central bank’s five-year benchmark rate, or at their contract rate plus 2%.

 
26 October 2017

Prices will continue to inch higher, but some markets are "vulnerable", CMHC warns

The recent report by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) shows that national real estate markets are highly vulnerable and exposed to overbuilding, overvaluation and sharp prices growth.

CMHC pointed to Toronto, Hamilton, Vancouver, Victoria and Saskatoon as the markets, which are extremely vulnerable to certain factors.

As you know, the Corp. reviews 15 biggest Canadian housing markets four times a year and assesses them based on four criteria:

  1. Overheating – when home sales outpace new listings sharply.
  2. Price growth – as quickly rising prices can be a sign of speculation.
  3. Overvaluation – when real estate prices exceed incomes, mortgage rates and other fundamentals.
  4. Overbuilding – when the rental market vacancy rate or the number of unsold new units exceeds the normal level.

The CMHC gives three different colours to each category: red means the market is showing strong signs of problematic conditions, yellow stands for a moderate level, and the green one means there’s no reason to worry.

 
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17 November 2017

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16 November 2017

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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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