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5 October 2017

There are potential risks in high home prices and debt loads, according to banking regulator.

The federal financial regulator reported this week that new severe regulations intended to strain mortgage lending for purpose of taking some of the risks out of the market will be agreed by the end of the month.

Ultimate adjustments of residential mortgage lending instructions of the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions' (OSFI), also known as Guideline B-20, will become the law in two or three months after the official announcement, its executive, Jeremy Rudin informed during a speech to the Economic Club of Canada in Toronto.

The superintendent revealed the "broad thrust" of the changes that will be similar to what is recommended in July by the agency — the outline which added a new stress test for all uninsured mortgages, and it also banned co-lending arrangements that are constructed or appear to be constructed to evade regulatory requirements.

4 October 2017

Property sales declined, however, prices of condos are still going up in GTA

In September, overall home sales contracted in the Greater Toronto Area in comparison with the same period last year, on the contrary, price of condominiums increased, according to figures released Wednesday morning by the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB).

Despite, listings surged by 9.4% in comparison with September 2016. However, at the same time, sales fell by 35%, according to the TREB report.

Last month, the average price of homes in the GTA was $775,546. This represents an increase of 2.6% compared with the same period last year.

This situation happened after a noticeable slowdown in GTA real estate prices in a spring buying season.

3 October 2017

Housing affordability is at the worst level since 1990, according to RBC

According to a Royal Bank of Canada report, housing affordability in Canada decreased to the lowest level in 27 years in the second quarter of this year.

RBC Economics informed in its latest report that for the eight straight quarters, its housing affordability measure for Canada have been depreciating. The Toronto area has shown the largest decline comparing to the previous year and has landed at the lowest level in the city’s history, according to RBC.

In April the government of Ontario made several actions for purpose of cooling down its housing market. However, according to RBC, these measures, including a foreign buyer's tax, did not have a major impact on local housing prices in the second quarter.

“Clearly, home ownership remains out of reach for many would-be buyers in the area,” implied by RBC Economics in the report. “The good news is that some relief is on the way. Recent downward pressure on prices is poised to lower ownership costs in the period ahead.

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