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13 April 2018

Canadian house prices fall 10% from last year - time to buy?!

Last month, the average cost of a home in Canada went down by 10% from March 2017 and stopped at about $491,000.

According to the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA), home sales also fell by almost a quarter from a year ago. However, it’s important to understand that last March showed record high numbers for the month.

CREA says the latest mortgage rule changes are responsible for such a decline, as they increased demand for cheaper properties and made it even more difficult to move up.

"Recent rules changes are pushing the demand for lower-priced real estate, limiting options of qualified buyers for more expensive houses," - CREA's chief economist Gregory Klump noted.

"With the lack of supply in the lower price sector, the shift of demand into this category leads to prices growth.

 
12 April 2018

Almost half of mortgages will be renewed this year – it’s time to search for the best rate

It turns out almost half of all existing mortgages in Canada will face a renewal in 2018, which is much more than during the previous years, says the new report by CIBC Capital Markets. And it will happen amid growing interest rates and with the stricter rules limiting borrowers’ possibilities to look for a better rate.

The report shows that 47% of all existing mortgages will need to be renewed in 2018, while the number varied from 25% to 35% earlier.

Such a hike was the result of different rules changes, aimed at reducing the risks, and the on-going home prices growth, which makes it more difficult for borrowers to qualify for a loan, according to CIBC’s executive director Ian Pollick.

 
11 April 2018

Condo rents in Toronto rose by 11% pushed by stricter mortgage rules

The latest report by Urbanation shows that the average rent price for a condo in the Greater Toronto Area went up by almost 11% in a year. One of the main reasons is introduction of stricter mortgage rules, which pushed some potential buyers out of the sale market and made them switch to rental options.

According to Urbanation, the average monthly condo rent of in the GTA rose by $214 to $2,206 in a year. Moreover, in case of the city itself, the number reached $2,432.

"Renters began focusing on less expensive options in the rental market, as we can see from higher numbers or rents in the studio and one-bedroom-units sector with average costs of $1,640 and $1,907, respectively," – the report noted.

 
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