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10 July 2018

Royal LePage expects housing prices increase in the third quarter

According to the recent report by Royal LePage, real estate prices will go up in the third quarter, following quite a weak spring, even despite the current economic uncertainty.

The report expects an average home price in Canada to rise by 1.9% from the second quarter. Royal LePage’s National House Price Composite is based on numbers from Canada’s 63 largest housing markets.

“The deal is that a spring market hasn’t blossomed this year,” - Phil Soper, president and CEO of Royal LePage, says.

“The new mortgage stress-test slowed the market significantly, as some buyers had to adjust to lower borrowing capacity, and others decided to wait for the prices to stabilize.”

 
9 July 2018

Possible rate increase scares 28% of Canadians in terms of bankruptcy

There only two days left before the central bank’s next rate meeting, and most specialists expect an increase this time. Meanwhile, according to one of the top bankruptcy firms, a huge number of Canadian consumers are on the edge of a financial crash.

A new poll, conducted for MNP during the period from June 15 to June 19, showed that 28% of respondents believe one more rate increase will lead them to bankruptcy. Another 42% say more rate hikes will make them fear for their financial stability. Although both numbers were down slightly from the previous quarter, the results are still alarming.

"With such a large number of people who are on the edge, it’s obvious that we’ll see higher delinquencies in case rates go up," – noted MNP President Grant Bazian.

 
6 July 2018

Despite 32,000 new jobs, the unemployment rate rose to 6% in June

In June, there were 32,000 new jobs created. However, a large number of people looking for a job pushed the unemployment rate to 6%.

According to Statistics Canada, three provinces added jobs last month: Ontario (35,000), Saskatchewan (8,300), and Manitoba (4,100). Other provinces showed declines or no changes.

Although Canada’s economy added 32,000 jobs, 75,600 people rushed into the labour market searching for a job, marking the largest monthly number since 2012.

 
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