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2180 Steeles Avenue West,
Suite 204, Concord,
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Phone:     905-761-7001
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7 May 2018

How to renew your mortgage at better terms?

CIBC says about 47% of all current mortgages will face refinancing in 2018. Meanwhile, as a rule, this number varies within the limits of 25%-35%. Such an increase may be caused by the unintended results of the previous regulatory changes.

A higher number of renewals comes amid growing mortgage rates. Recently, certain big banks decided to raise their posted rates. In addition to it, mortgage rates on special offers have been growing since the summer of 2017.

Recently, five-year fixed mortgage rates exceeded 3%, while they remained below 2.5% just a year ago.

Most Canadian borrowers tend to renew with their existing bank, however, it’s still necessary to consider all possible variants.

 
4 May 2018

CMHC’s net income from mortgage insurance reached $1.8 billion

In 2017, CMHC showed significant growth switching to more flexible ways of operating.

According to its report, the corporation made a net income of $1.8 billion on its mortgage loan insurance and securitization last year. The total number of mortgage loan insurances CMHC provided exceeded 250,000 with 65% supporting first-time buyers, and 14% helping buyers of properties in rural areas.

Moreover, it also showed a 5-year high number for insurance of rental units, marking 120,000 operations.

Last year, CMHC provided $167 billion in securities, supporting residential mortgage financing: $127 billion in National Housing Act Mortgage-Backed Securities and $40 billion in Canada Mortgage Bonds.

 
3 May 2018

Housing prices are flattening in Toronto, although annual comparison shows a sharp decrease

Real estate numbers in Toronto area still look quite weak compared to the previous year, however, there are certain signs of steadying.

Last month, the average home or condo price went down by 12.4% from a year ago reaching $804,584 across the region.

Nevertheless, according to preliminary seasonally adjusted data from the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB), home prices fell by only 0.2% on a monthly basis, and sales were down by 1.6% from March. It’s almost the same as in February.

 
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