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13 January 2017

Finance Minister doesn’t plan new measures on reducing mortgage risks

Today, Finance Minister Bill Morneau had a meeting in Toronto with the economists from a private sector, and he got certain ideas for the next federal budget.

One of the topics journalists asked him about after the meeting was if Canadian borrowers needed to prepare for new measures affecting the real estate market.

In 2016, the new government introduced several changes to mortgage rules in attempt to control the risks. However, according to Morneau, no new measures are expected in the nearest future.

 
12 January 2017

Royal LePage: housing market is a bad area to raise quick money

The latest survey shows that sharply rising housing prices and regional extremes reported last year at Canada’s hottest markers may cool down in 2017.

According to the Royal LePage House Price Survey and Market Survey Forces report, the national housing market showed a 13% annual price increase in Q4 of 2016, with an average cost of a property reaching $558,153. It’s the largest year-over-year national price growth in more than ten years. The survey includes information about proprietary property from 53 of Canada’s largest real estate markets.

 
11 January 2017

New mortgage rules are already affecting first-time buyers

New mortgage rules implemented by the government last fall made about half of Ontario’s first-time buyers postpone their purchase.

According to the new stress test, homebuyers who don’t provide a 20% down payment, are obliged to show they can afford payments at the central bank’s benchmark rate, which is 4.64% now.

Because of this tightening only, almost 45% of first-time homebuyers will have to postpone their purchase in order to save up for a larger down payment, says a latest survey made by Ipsos for the Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA).

 
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17 February 2017

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