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19 June 2019

May inflation is another reason for the central bank not to raise rates

Last month, Canadian consumers could feel a hit from higher prices as inflation was up to 2.4% from a year ago, with food prices driving the gain.

Statistics Canada’s consumer price index shows the number was 2% in April.

On a year-over-year basis, the prices went up in all eight categories of the index. The largest increase by 4% was reported in the sector of food prices, following a 3% hike seen in April.

Such an increase was led by a 16.7% gain in the sector of fresh vegetables. In addition to it, meat prices rose by 2.9%.

The only segment showing an annual decline (by 3.7%) was gasoline.

 
17 June 2019

New details on CMHC program helping first time buyers

Today, the government released more details of a program, under which Canada's housing agency will provide up to 10% of the home price to first-time buyers.

The initiative will take effect in September, and first-time homebuyers with an income of less than $120,000 can qualify for it. The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) will give up to 10% of the home price in case the borrower provides the minimum sum for an insured mortgage (5%).

Another requirement is that the total value of the mortgage plus the CMHC's share shouldn’t exceed $480,000. It means, the program will work only for homes worth a maximum of about $565,000.

If the requirement is fulfilled, the CMHC may give you 5% extra of the purchase cost of a resale home. In case of new properties, CMHC will provide up to 10%.

The CMHC’s share is interest free. However, in exchange for it, the CMHC will participate in positive or negative changes of the property value. In other words, CMHC will be entitled to any increase in the value of the real estate when the buyer decides to sell it in the future. At the same time, CMHC will also share the value decline.

 
14 June 2019

Real estate market showed a rebound in May

According to the Canadian Real Estate Association, May reported the highest number of home sales in 16 months, supported by Toronto and Vancouver.
The group which represents 130,000 realtors in Canada said housing sales were up by 1.9% last month from April. Although it’s a small increase, we’ve seen the third consecutive month with gains, following poor activity which fell to its lowest level in more than 6 years in February.
Compared to that month, May sales rose by 8.9%.
CREA noted almost half of the markets in Canada showed slower sales last month. However, Toronto and Vancouver saw increases offsetting other drops. According to TD bank economist Rishi Sondhi, May's results say a moderate rebound is coming, following a slowdown of 2018 and the start of this year.

 
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