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21 June 2017

Toronto real estate market won’t crash and here’s why

Lately, we’ve seen a lot of articles about a lower activity at the Toronto real estate market, and many specialists now expect a crash. Although it’s quite easy to view the recent few weeks of weaker results at the market as evidence of a larger trend, a deeper analysis of the situation proves that Toronto market remains strong and stable. Here are a few reasons why the market won’t likely face a crash.

1. The situation remains the same for most buyers

On April 20, the Ontario government introduced a pack of rules called the Ontario Fair Housing Plan. It included 16 various strategies aimed at balancing home sales and home rentals for buyers and sellers. However, the changes will not affect the current homebuyers – those who live in Toronto and plan to purchase a property for living. All other factors remain unchanged: extremely low interest rates, strong economic results, a constant wave of new people and businesses.

20 June 2017

How will a possible rate hike affect certain Canadians?

In case the central bank raises its key lending rate, it may lead to negative consequences for some Canadians.

According to economist Dr. Ron Kneebone, it’s not a matter of possibility, but rather a matter of time.

He says the Bank’s overnight rate increase will lead to higher mortgage costs for an average Canadian borrower.

“It’s important to understand that interest rates are not stable, they change from time to time. And when you get a mortgage you are in some way gambling on rates not growing sharply, otherwise it will affect your finances,” – he noted.

19 June 2017

Barrie joins the list of Canada’s most expensive rents

A recent report by PadMapper.com says Barrie is now the fourth most expensive urban market for renting home in Canada.

The survey reviewed rent prices in Canada’s 25 biggest cities. According to its results, the average rent of a one-bedroom apartment in Barrie rose by 4.5% in June from May, reaching $1,150.

In case of a two-bedroom apartment, the average rent went up by 1.4% to $1,410.

The first place still belongs to Vancouver with the average cost of renting a one-bedroom apartment growing to $1,950.

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18 July 2017

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17 July 2017

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14 July 2017

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