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30 October 2018

Why do Canadians choose living inheritances so often?

Today, more Canadians decide to share their wealth with relatives while they are still alive in order to provide financial help in buying homes and paying off the debts.

According to experts, such “living inheritances” (money given to children or grandchildren not through the will) are becoming more popular among baby boomers.

“There are several reasons why people choose this option these days”, - noted Jamie Golombek from CIBC Wealth Strategies Group. “They understand they have a good plan and they are ready for retirement, and they want their family members to enjoy the inheritance today, while they are alive”.

Real estate is a significant reason as well. It’s getting more difficult for young Canadians all over the country to buy their own home without a financial help.

The latest report by Mustel Group and Sotheby’s International Realty Canada says that one-third of baby boomers in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary and Montreal have already gifted or are planning to gift their wealth to relatives to help them make a home purchase.

 
29 October 2018

What difficulties will Canada’s housing market face in Q4?

The Canadian real estate market saw certain warming in the third quarter of this year, with prices and sales growing slightly after a period of cooling.

However, now that we’re heading into the fourth quarter, there are some potential difficulties which may change the market situation. The central bank raised its key lending rate to 1.75% last week, and some specialists expect it to restrain the sales volume.

To have a better understanding of the factors affecting Canada’s market at the end of 2018, we’ve summed up three main possible issues and the recent comments from industry specialists.

Affordability remains a problem for many Canadians

Although home prices have been falling during the previous year, certain potential buyers still don’t enter the market because of poor affordability in the hottest Canadian markets. According to the latest survey by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), more than one-third of buyers are worried by the home purchase.

 
12 October 2018

Condo rents in the GTA keep growing

In the third quarter, condo rents in the Greater Toronto Area went up by 9.4% annually on a per square foot basis.

According to Urbanation, weak supply of rental units was the reason why the average rent rose to $3.26 per square foot. However, an average monthly rent was up less, as the average condo size fell from 744 to 731 sf.

As a result, the average rent in the GTA grew by 7.6% annually and reached $2,385.

 
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