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Phone:     905-761-7001
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16 December 2016

Household debt level in Canada beats another record

The latest report by Statistics Canada shows that household debt level reached another record high mark during the third quarter of 2016.

According to Reuters, the debt-to-income ratio went up from 166.4% in the second quarter to 166.9% - in Q3.

Analysts believe the main reason for this trend is the pace of borrowing exceeding consumers’ wage growth. However, some specialists don’t think the situation will stay for long.

 
15 December 2016

CREA says new mortgage rules led to a sharp home sales decrease

According to the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA), housing sales and prices in British Columbia will go down next year.

It says the annual sales in the province were down by 12.2%, and the average price may drop by 7.8%.

"It shows the expected decrease in the sector of expensive single family home sales, especially in the Lower Mainland," - CREA noted in its updated outlook.

Meanwhile, Ontario sales fell by 2.7%, and the prices are expected to rise by 1%.

 
13 December 2016

Compact condos might be a new trend in Canada

Despite all the actions aimed at reducing the real estate activity in Toronto and Vancouver, home prices are still rising sharply in those markets. As a result, many potential buyers were left out of the detached houses market, and even condos are showing prices growth.

According to ReMax, this year, the average price for all housing types was up by 13% to $1.02 million in Greater Vancouver, and up by 17% to $725,857 in the GTA. Meanwhile, the average cost of a detached house in those two markets exceeds a million, and next year the numbers are expected to go even higher.

In the same time, the number of single-detached homes constructions in the country is going down – in fact, since 2009, says Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. (CMHC). Strong demand with a weak supply always leads to higher prices.

 
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