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14 July 2014

Fitch Ratings – tighter lending rules might be required

According Fitch Ratings, the Canadian housing market is overvalued by 20%, so the Government may have to implement more tightening to mortgage lending rules.

The recent warning concerns the Teranet–National Bank composite house price index, which shows that last month real estate prices were up by 0.9%t from May and up by 4.4% from a year ago.

The largest year-over-year increase was reported in Calgary (8.1%), followed by Hamilton (7.3%) and Toronto and Vancouver (6.1%).

In the same time, a few markets showed declines: prices in Ottawa-Gatineau were down by 1.7%, in Quebec City – by 2.4% and in Halifax - by 2.5%.

 
11 July 2014

Bad news for housing market – Ontario loses jobs

Last month Canada showed a serious job rate decline with employment falling down by 9,400 nationally and by 33,900 in Ontario.

As a result, the official unemployment rate went up by 0.1% to 7.1% reaching the highest level in 6 months.

Such weak results, reported this Friday by Statistics Canada, crashed the previous forecasts of a significant employment growth last month. This morning markets reacted to this news by cutting the loonie’s value by almost half a cent to 93.46 US cents.

 
9 July 2014

Stricter mortgage refinancing rules forced consumers deeper into high-interest debts.

The recent report by RBC shows that outstanding mortgage balances have been moderating for the second month in a row.

“A weak slowing of the mortgage debt growth helped to balance the increasing demand for consumer credit in May. As a result, the total household credit growth stayed unchanged,” - the report says. “Outstanding mortgage balances was 1.23 trillion in May - it’s 5% higher than a year ago. Meanwhile April showed 5.1% increase.”

However, the consumer credit went up to the highest level in 12 months.

 
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