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22 August 2017

The average mortgage balance in Canada rose by 5% in just a year

According to TransUnion Canada, the average debt amount on mortgages rose by almost 5% annually in the second quarter of 2017 even despite the home sales decline, caused by a pack of new measures introduced in Ontario this spring.

The agency's report shows that the average mortgage balance in Q2 went up by 4.8% from a year ago and reached $198,781.

In TransUnion's opinion, such a hike was pushed up by growing real estate prices.

The latest data on the average new-mortgage balance in the first quarter points to an 8% annual increase to $280,093, even in spite of a 10% drop in mortgage originations, or various new home loans.

 
21 August 2017

You’ll need a six-figure annual income to buy a property in Toronto

The latest report by TheRedPin found that if you want to purchase a detached house in Toronto, then you’ll need to show an annual income of more than $200,000, as the average home price in this category reached $1.15 million.

The report used the average real estate cost during the period from January to June 2017, a 20% down payment, a 2.99% interest rate and 25 years of amortization. The results show that a future homebuyer will need an income of $150,000 per year in order to afford a house in half of Toronto areas.

 
18 August 2017

How did a higher borrowing power affect Canada’s real estate prices?

The recent mortgage survey from industry experts suggests the government should take a better look at the influence of mortgage rates.

According to the Fraser Institute, the Canadian consumers have qualified for much bigger mortgages during the previous twenty years, supported by extremely lower rates. As a result, the affordability level was affected.

"Higher borrowing power, pushed by decreasing interest rates and growing incomes, is probably the least understood factor which influences real estate prices in the country," Niels Veldhuis, president of the Fraser Institute, noted.

 
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15 September 2017

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14 September 2017

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