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20 December 2018

Should we expect rate declines next year?

When we speak about the future of interest rates in Canada, not all experts share the same opinion.

While many observers predict more rate hikes, affecting the national mortgage market, a London-based economic research consultancy Capital Economics thinks the opposite.

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

According to Capital Economics, lower oil prices and a housing investment decline will drag the economic growth and encourage the Bank of Canada to offset at least one of five rate hikes we’ve seen since July 2017.

19 December 2018

Canada’s economy has never depended on real estate that much

Many housing industry specialists say that Canada's real estate markets have achieved a "soft landing", following a slowdown seen earlier this year.

However, according to CIBC, the correction hasn’t finished yet, which could be bad news as the national economy has never depended on the residential housing that much.

The new report follows the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) release, pointing to home sales and prices decline in November, caused by weaker activity in Toronto and Vancouver.

CIBC economists expect the housing market to be a drag on the national economic growth in 2019.

17 December 2018

Will home sales keep falling in 2019?

According to the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA), home sales will drop to a near decade low level next year, pushed down by growing interest rates and a new mortgage stress-test.

CREA, which represents more than 125,000 realtors, expects home sales in Canada to drop to the lowest mark in 9 years, but still remain almost unchanged from this year. The group predicts only a 0.5% decline to 456,200 sales.

In CREA’s opinion, the national average home price will go up by 1.7% to $496,800 next year.

The association predicts a recovery in sales activity in Ontario and more gains in Quebec. Sales were expected to decline in Alberta and British Columbia.

In addition to it, CREA revised down its forecasts for 2018, now expecting the national home sales to fall by 11.2% to 458,200 units this year, marking the lowest level in five years.

The group says British Columbia and Ontario will account for the most of this year's drop, while sales in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Newfoundland and Labrador will also show sharp decreases.

The average home price went down by 4.2% from 2017 to $488,600.

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