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13 December 2017

Real estate market is expected to slow in 2018, but prices will rise in Toronto

Canada’s real estate market is expected to slow in 2018 due to stricter mortgage rules, although home prices will keep rising, this time – by about 5%, says Royal LePage.

Its recent report says the house price composite, measuring prices in 53 Canadian cities, may go up by 4.9% next year and reach $661,919.

As you know, starting January 1, a new stress test will be applied to homebuyers who don't need mortgage insurance. Such changes could reduce the maximum amount homebuyers with a down payment of at least 20% will be able to get.

According to Royal LePage, some potential buyers thinking about moving to a larger property could postpone the sale of their existing home, as they won’t be able to receive the necessary finances for the house they want.

 
11 December 2017

Toronto is facing a condo starts boom

The latest report by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. (CMHC) shows that housing starts were up last month and condo sector is pushing the numbers higher in Toronto.

Although home sales are slowing down and the new measures will make it more difficult for some borrowers to get a mortgage next year, the six-month numbers of housing starts in Canada are already close to the highest level in ten years.

According to CMHC, in November, the seasonally adjusted annualized rate of housing starts rose from 222,695 to 252,184 units. The largest gains were seen in Ontario’s condo sector.

There were 175,016 multiple-unit urban starts on a seasonally adjusted basis, which is 16.9% higher than in October.

 
8 December 2017

Toronto introduces new rules aimed at increasing long-term rental supply

Now short-term rental operators in Toronto will have to register if they want to proceed with their business. In addition to it, the city will block secondary suites from sites like Airbnb.

Council voted in favour of the full pack of new rules and blocking the secondary suites.

The second issue was the center of attention for yelling councillors and members of the public who packed the public gallery.

According to Coun. Ana Bailao, secondary suites have been a main provider of affordable rental housing for many years. There are about 70,000 of them in the city, and it’s important to protect such a real estate asset, especially when the vacancy rate falls below 2%. Many on council believe Toronto is dealing with a housing crisis these days.

It’s obvious that Airbnb is the most powerful player in the short-term rental field, offering almost 700 of secondary suites. The most popular type is a separate basement with a kitchen and bathroom. It's unknown what will happen to such units under the new rules.

 
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