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30 August 2017

CMHC faced a 33% decline of its mortgage insurance business in just a year

The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. (CMHC) points to new rules, introduced last year, as the main reason for a 33% annual decline of their mortgage insurance business reported in the second quarter of 2017.

According to the recent financial report by CMHC, the number of units with their mortgage loan insurances fell from 117,463 in the second quarter of 2016 to 78,607 in the same period this year.

29 August 2017

Millennials in the U.S. and Canada are focusing on housing investments

For a long time already, the Americans have invested in the stock market, considering it the best option. However, there could be a new tendency appearing. While in 2007 almost two-thirds of Americans were choosing the stock market for their investment, in 2016, it was only a half. The new generation seems to prefer housing sector.

The recent survey by RealtyShares and Harris Interactive shows that 55% of millennials are interested in investing into the real estate sector – it’s the largest number in all demographics surveyed. Another research by Fannie Mae only proves the same thing, saying that 85% of millennials consider housing a good investment option. As the attention from this group to the real estate is so strong, it’s vital to understand why they are interested in it and how they could invest later.

You may ask why it’s so important. The deal is that last year, millennials became the largest generation of the U.S. with 75.4 million of millennials versus 74.9 million of baby boomers. Representing the largest age group in the country, they will have a strong ability to affect the market while their assets grow.

28 August 2017

What stops millennials from buying a home in Canada?

One of the experienced experts says that last year’s mortgage rule tightening has become a serious problem for young Canadians willing to enter the real estate market, but there is also a much stronger difficulty they are facing these days.

“Our latest report includes millennials’ opinion on the government’s measures aimed at tightening mortgage insurance rules, saying the changes represent additional obstacles for them,” - Phil Soper, president of Royal LePage, noted. “In the same time, a more significant obstacle is a 20% annual prices increase”.

According to Royal LePage, 49% of millennials say the federal government’s mortgage rules have affected the affordability level, and that’s why they had to switch to cheaper properties.

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