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4 March 2011

Buying a house – how much will you pay for it?
If you decide to buy a house, you should know exactly what you’re going to pay for. The deal is that the overall cost of buying a home will be much higher than it’s written in the purchase agreement. So it’s better to know all details beforehand in order to be financially ready. Here are the main payments you will face when buying a house.
Of course, it’s better to start saving money for a down payment long before you decide to search for a necessary house. The more you pay at first, the less you’ll pay in the interest later. Generally, the minimum down payment is 5%. It means if you apply for a $200,000 mortgage, you’ll have to pay $10,000.
Some buyers often try to skip the home inspection in order to reduce their spending. But the fee is quite small, especially if you compare it to what you might have to pay later without one. The cost depends on the size of the house and varies from $300 to $600.

 
3 March 2011

Mortgage qualification standards may change


Recently the Action Canada’s Task Force on Household Debt released its report “Debt Crunch: Policy Recommendations for Addressing Canada’s Record Level of Household Debt”.
In general, the report concerns the “culture of Canadian borrowing” and shows two possible economic problems we may face in the future. The first one is the chance that interest rates will rise and housing prices will drop.

In this case there can be more mortgage and credit card payment defaults.
The second problem is considered to be a more likely scenario: “if interest rates rise, then more of people’s disposable income will be spent on paying off their debts. It can lead to significant reduction of consumer spending level”.

 
2 March 2011

Big 6 Banks give rate hike forecasts
The recent BoC’s decision provoked another portion of forecasts concerning the next rate hike.
Here are the Big Six banks’ predictions.  
CIBC: “We believe that an April economic outlook report may provoke a rate hike in May. The Canadian dollar should settle down a little bit by that time”.
BMO: "It’s quite possible that the central bank wants to see that U.S. economy is getting stronger in order to make sure the Canadian exports can support Canadian economic growth, no matter what happens to loonie. We expect another rate hike in July”.

 
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