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26 February 2019

The mortgage stress test seems to be more damaging, than helpful today

As you know, at the end of 2017 Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) introduced a new mortgage stress test in order to support future Canadian homeowners’ financial situation and avoid unreasonable lending. However, it’s been more than a year since the test was implemented and now it seems to be more damaging than helpful, as it shuts down many first-time homebuyers. It’s time for the government to search for ways of supporting and motivating homebuyers in Canada, and not of punishing them.

Let’s take a quick history tour back to 2016 and 2017, when specialists predicted harmful housing bubble in Canada. All of us were confused and disoriented by the month-over-month and year-over-year residential price growth, especially in Toronto and Vancouver. The government of B.C. implemented foreign-buyers tax, and the government of Ontario followed the example.

25 February 2019

Certain GTA regions will face higher-density housing domination

Multi-family properties may become the main budget choice in the Greater Toronto Area soon, especially when it comes to the western part of the region.

“Freehold properties are still the main choice in Halton Region and Toronto West,” - RE/MAX of Ontario-Atlantic Canada executive vice president Christopher Alexander said. “We can see the same trend, though at a weaker pace, in Toronto Central, but condos keep gaining the popularity”.

“More than one in three properties sold in the GTA last year was a condominium. And this number is even higher in the core. While home prices go up in the city and the suburbs, the shift to higher-density housing will go on. In addition to it, there are fewer single-detached developments coming.”

22 February 2019

Home prices growth in Canada may remain moderate during the next two years

The recent Reuters survey of analysts shows that once hot real estate market of Canada has been successfully cooled down. Home prices will keep growing nationally and in the main markets, but they will not outpace the overall inflation during the next two years.

Although a moderate price decline is already seen in Toronto and Vancouver, the new survey of 20 analysts shows the possibility of a national correction is only 20%.

Specialists expect home prices to go up by only 1.1% this year. The expected increase in 2020 is 1.9%, and in 2021 – about 3%.

In case of Toronto, the numbers are almost the same: 1.3%, 2.0% and 3.5%. Vancouver may show a 1.0% decline this year, followed by a 0.2% gain next year and 3.0% increase in 2021.

The reason why we see such a change after many years of sharp prices growth is demand, not only supply issue or cheap mortgage costs.

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