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28 September 2018

RE/MAX says demand for detached houses is rebounding in the GTA

As you know, GTA detached home sales have faced strong cooling since the Ontario government implemented the Fair Housing Plan in the spring of 2017. However, the recent data RE/MAX INTEGRA shows the situation is already changing.

According to the report, since June, the sales of single-detached houses priced from $600,000 to $900,000 were up by 22% annually.

“In our opinion, the pace will keep growing and the tendency will remain for the rest of the year,” - says executive VP and regional director of RE/MAX INTEGRA, Christopher Alexander. “The worst is already over. Growing demand will be a key factor during the next months, as buyers (many of whom postponed their purchases) are returning to the market”.

Alexander also adds that strong job market and a growing population will push up the demand for single-detached houses.

 
27 September 2018

Toronto’s too expensive for you? Ontario can offer much more affordable markets

Toronto is well known for its extremely expensive real estate market. An average household income here is only $65,829, while a median housing price is as high as $785,223. That’s why many homeowners are thinking about moving to more affordable Ontario cities.

Recently, Zoocasa provided a new report on the province’s housing markets with the best offers for potential buyers.

“In order to determine which markets are most aligned with incomes, Zoocasa compared the required income for buying an average property in 28 major markets across the province to the real median household income in each region”.

 
26 September 2018

Which Canadian province shows the highest HELOC debt level?

According to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), the highest debt level on home equity lines of credit (HELOC) was seen in British Columbia during the first quarter of 2018.

CMHC’s report, based on Equifax data, says there were more than 3.1 million home equity lines of credit in the first quarter, and almost 1.1 million of them were untapped. The usage rate reached 66.3%, with the highest number in Atlantic Canada (73.9%) and the lowest one in British Columbia (63.2%).

Although B.C. showed a low result, the average HELOC debt here was $124,000, which is the highest number in the country. Robert Mogensen, a broker with The Mortgage Advantage, says it’s quite easy for borrowers to get caught in a vicious circle of paying off interests only.

 
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