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13 July 2018

Canada’s real estate market starts stabilizing

According to separate reports, housing prices were up in June from May, exceeding slightly the highest level of 2017. Meanwhile, new home prices remained unchanged in May once again. It means the real estate market may be stabilizing.

The Teranet-National Bank Composite House Price Index, measuring changes for resales of single-family houses, showed the prices rose by 0.9% in a month. In fact, 10 out of 11 markets reported gains.

“However, it doesn’t mean the resale market will come back to red hot conditions. Last month’s increase was actually quite weak for this time of the year. Moreover, the index merely stabilized recently,” - Marc Pinsonneault, economist at National Bank, noted.

 
12 July 2017

Canadian banks raised their prime rate to 3.7% after the central bank’s announcement

Canada's Big Six banks decided to raise their prime rates following the BoC overnight rate increase.

On Thursday, Royal Bank, TD Canada Trust, BMO, Scotiabank, CIBC and National Bank announced their prime rates went up from 3.45% to 3.70%.

This rise will increase borrowing costs for those who have loans depending on prime rates, for instance, variable rate mortgages and lines of credit.

As you know, the central bank raised its key lending rate by 0.25% to 1.5% yesterday, marking the fourth hike in s year.

 

 
11 July 2018

Although the Bank of Canada raised its key lending rate, it’s a good idea to opt for a variable rate mortgage?!

Just like most experts predicted, the central bank decided to raise its benchmark rate, marking the fourth increase since the last July. As a result, we’ve seen the rate growing from 0.5% to 1.5% in a year.

Probably, most of you already know the scenario which follows a rate hike: variable rate for various loans will go up, the banks will raise their Prime rates and even rates on new fixed mortgages.

Nevertheless, specialists believe it may different this time.

Time to consider variable options

Mortgage brokers say it’s a great idea to consider variable-rate mortgages again.

Although it sounds odd after four rate hikes, those increases mean the Bank of Canada doesn’t have much room left for further hikes, says Robert McLister from intelliMortgage.

 
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16 August 2018

More and more borrowers forced to renew with the same lender The latest report by a Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) shows that the num...Read more >>

15 August 2018

Average home price in July showed a 1% annual increase The recent report by the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) shows that July was the first...Read more >>

14 August 2018

Variable or Fixed? What to chose today If your mortgage is up for renewal this year? According to CIBC, almost half of all current mortgages will nee...Read more >>
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