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7 December 2017

CMHC says Canadian borrowers are managing their mortgages quite well

Although Canadian borrowers are taking on larger mortgage loans because of higher home prices, they are still coping with the debts quite well.

The latest report by CMHC says that mortgage borrowing is strongly supported by borrowers with high credit scores (83% of them are excellent or good). In addition to it, the default rate is still low, as the number of mortgages given to borrowers with poor credit scores is going down.

In the first quarter, we saw the share of bad mortgages dropping to the lowest mark since the second quarter of 2014.

 
6 December 2017

No rate changes from the central bank this time

The Bank of Canada kept its key lending rate unchanged this time at 1%, making a stop after two previous increases in 2017.

The BoC noted that rate hikes in July and September are still providing the necessary influence on the national economy.

"In time, we may need to raise the rate again, but today’s monetary policy remains appropriate," – the central bank said.

According to the Bank, the economic data remains within the limits of October’s forecast, when moderate growth for the rest of this year was expected after quite a robust beginning of 2017.

 
5 December 2017

Toronto home sales lost pace in November

According to the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB), the demand for GTA real estate became weaker last month with 7,374 home sales reported. It’s only 256 sales higher than in October and 13.3% lower than a year ago.

The average home price for all housing types in this region fell by 2% from November 2016 to $761,757, mostly because of fewer detached home sales compared to the previous year.

The largest price increases were seen in the sector of high density homes once again: the average condo price was up by 16.4% to $516,965 from a year ago.

 
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