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18 September 2018

Housing sales keep growing for the fourth month in a row, though national prices remain almost unchanged

Last month, Canada’s real estate market showed a higher activity following a weak start of the year. However, national home prices were only slightly up annually.

According to the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA), representing 125,000 realtors across the country, home sales rose by 0.9% in August, marking the fourth consecutive monthly gain after the new mortgage rules hit the market in January.

At the same time, monthly sales were 4% down from a year ago.

"The new stress-test for mortgage borrowers still affects national home sales”, - CREA President Barb Sukkau says. "The degree of this influence on potential buyers depends on the property’s location, its type and a price range."

 
17 September 2018

TREB will provide public access to GTA home sales data starting Tuesday

The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) is solving several issues with releasing Greater Toronto Area sales data, but promises to provide a password-protected feed available to realtors by Tuesday.

According to TREB, the feed can only be used to engage with residential real estate brokerage services. All other variants are prohibited under TREB agreements.

Now, the Board also needs to decide how to manage historical sold price information, when consents were given before websites existed. Another issue is determining the period for listing photos to remain active after the sale was completed.

 
14 September 2018

Debt-to-income ratio reached 169.1% in the second quarter

According to Statistics Canada, the sum owed by households relative to their income, went up slightly in the second quarter, even despite slower mortgage borrowing.

The debt-to-income ratio rose to 169.1%, as the growth in debt exceeded income.

It means Canadians owed $1.69 in debt for every dollar earned. While the ratio was up from 168.3% in Q1, it was still lower than 169.7% reported in the second quarter of 2017.

BMO Capital Markets economic analyst Priscilla Thiagamoorthy says the growth remains well below the seasonal norms.

 
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