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20 May 2019

Happy Victoria Day – what are we celebrating today?

Traditionally, Victoria Day is a federal Canadian holiday. It is celebrated on the last Monday before May 25 and honours the Queen Victoria's birthday.

It should be noted that this holiday was celebrated even before Canada was formed. At first, it fell on the actual sovereign's birthday. Today it’s celebrated in numerous ways across the country. It’s considered to be a statutory holiday in six of Canada's ten provinces and all three of its territories.

The Queen’s birthday was celebrated in Canada long before the Confederation. Actually, the first legislation note concerning this event was registered in 1845, when the parliament of the Province of Canada officially recognized May 24 as the Queen's birthday.

 
17 May 2019

Stephen Poloz doesn’t think changes to mortgage stress test are necessary

Despite all the calls, the governor of the Bank of Canada doesn’t think changing mortgage stress test rules is necessary.

"I don’t approve of it," - Stephen Poloz said in his recent interview when answering the question on pressure to ease certain rules.

During the recent months, we’ve heard real estate boards of Canada’s two largest housing markets pointing to undesirable consequences of the B-20 mortgage guideline, which was introduced by the OSFI last year. According to the new mortgage stress test, even borrowers who provide at least 20% down payment have to undergo the test.

However, Poloz doesn’t believe the rule should be changed, stating that previous warnings didn’t help.

 
16 May 2019

Housing sales started recovering in April

According to the recent report by the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA), housing sales started recovering last month, as the number of transactions was up by 4%. It’s the first annual increase since December 2017.

Earlier this year, home sales were slowing for two months with February reporting the lowest result in seven years. However, the spring market seems to be more optimistic, as April sales rose by 3.5% from March.

Nevertheless, even with such increases, the activity remains lower than during the peak. The report says 40% of markets showed decreases or no changes at all, including Vancouver, while Toronto accounted for more than half of all sales.

“The sales activity is stabilizing in five major real estate markets,” - noted Gregory Klump, CREA’s Chief Economist. “Greater Vancouver left the list for the first time since the recession, now it’s in the buyers’ market territory.”

 
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