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28 December 2018

Most probable headlines for Toronto real estate market in 2019

We’ve analyzed recent commentary and interviews about Toronto housing market and collected the most probable headlines you may see next year.

Toronto rebound is supported by slower rate of home construction

It’s been a rough year for Toronto and Vancouver, especially for the single-family houses sector. Nevertheless, the cities are expected to go in different directions in 2019.

According to Capital Economics, Vancouver is more overvalued and will also face more oversupply due to active construction.

 
27 December 2018

What to expect from Canada’s economy next year?

The national economy started a year with a surprisingly strong activity, and it’s expected to open 2019 with a healthy pace. However, there are certain signs of weakness, which led to the question, whether the good times will continue.

Over most of 2018, the jobless rate in Canada was near a 40-year low level. In addition to it, the job creation was also strong with the economy getting closer to its full capacity.

Canada showed a 3% growth during 2017, strongly supported by household spending. Of course, the final data on 2018 is yet to come, but experts predict a 2% economic growth.

Nevertheless, there are concerns over fading economic expansion.

In November, the federal government predicted 2% growth for 2018, but many specialists expect the number to be lower following an oil prices decline.

 
26 December 2018

Mortgage forecasts for 2019

Soon, we’ll say good bye to quite a difficult year with numerous challenges for Canada’s mortgage market, and it’s interesting to know what may happen in 2019.

Here are some of the main forecasts on interest rates, home sales, prices growth and mortgage market from the industry’s specialists.

What to expect from interest rates?

Inflation decline in Canada and the U.S. combined with weak economic forecasts for the next year have led to modest forecasts for interest rate increases.

While a month ago a rate increase in January was almost guaranteed, now the next hike is expected not earlier than in spring or summer.

Moreover, Capital Economics even predicts a rate cut in December 2019.

“In our opinion, weak forecasts of domestic demand will make the central bank take a pause for most of 2019 and then cut rates at the end of next year,” – says its recent report.

 
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