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12 April 2017

What you should know about the Bank of Canada’s rate meeting

On Wednesday, the Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz showed a more optimistic tone, reducing the chances for a future rate cut. However, he still has some doubts about the stability of the economic rebound.

The BoC, which has been quite careful with its economic outlooks, now predicts a faster returning to full capacity. It’s the main factor for policy makers as it affects the inflation rate. The domestic growth showed a better than expected pace, and the global outlook is improving.

The central bank decided to keep its key lending rate at 0.5% again.

 
11 April 2017

Half of Canadian millennial homeowners regret buying their properties

It turns out even purchasing a house of your dreams could lead to regrets.

According to the recent survey, more than half of Canada’s millennial homeowners would like to sell their properties, as the cost of homeownership is just too high.

In the same time, more than half of millennials (52%) who don’t own real estate are either sure they won’t ever own a house, or have strong doubts they will afford such a purchase.

The poll conducted by Angus Reid for CIBC, shows that 81% of millennial respondents (18-34 years old) who have their own home, plan to sell it.

 
6 April 2017

Toronto home prices issue will be discussed at Ottawa’s meeting with provincial and city officials

Pointing to worries about housing affordability in Canada's hottest market, federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau is planning a meeting with Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa and Toronto Mayor John Tory.

The request for a meeting was actually made, and the exact date will be set soon.

In his official letter to Sousa, Morneau says he’s concerned about the growing debt level among Canadian consumers, and the fact that homeownership might become affordable only for wealthy buyers.

"Middle-class Canadians worry about their ability to afford a home purchase for their families," – he noted.

 
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25 May 2017

Home Capital’s troubles are not widespread Recently, the CEOs of two largest Canadian banks noted that Home Capital’s liquidity problems shouldn’t b...Read more >>

24 May 2017

Bank of Canada doesn’t change its interest rate once again On Wednesday, the central bank decided to keep its key lending rate unchanged again, makin...Read more >>

23 May 2017

A 10% hike of mortgage payments would be a problem for most Canadian borrowers According to a new poll by Manulife Bank, almost three quarters of Can...Read more >>
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