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13 June 2019

Millennials would have to double their incomes to afford real estate in Canada

The recent research shows that average real estate prices are still out of reach for younger Canadians.

According to Generation Squeeze, Canadians between the ages of 25 and 34 keep increasing a large gap between home prices that are near historic high levels in major parts of the country.

The report says a typical young person will need 13 years to save for a 20% down payment on an average priced property in Canada. Meanwhile, today’s ageing population needed only 5 years for that when they started saving in 1976.

In addition to it, the average income for this age group have been either falling or flat during the previous several decades.

11 June 2019

Canadians may feel more pain from the next recession than Americans

The latest shift in the yield curve led to more discussions about a possible North American recession and caused questions about how it could influence households.

Although no one can predict for sure when it may happen or if it can happen at all, certain factors suggest that Canada will feel a harder hit from it than the U.S.

According to Eric Lascelles, chief economist at RBC Global Asset Management Inc., which oversees C$430 billion, though there are no signs of a debt crisis in the nearest future, the Canadian households are definitely more tensed in terms of debt and spending than the Americans.

“Canada doesn’t have a necessary hidden capacity to spend or to provide a buffer in case of a shock, unlike the U.S.”, - he noted. “You can lose your job and you will still be fine in the U.S., interest rates may rise and you’ll be fine, the economy may start slowing, but the spending will go on. You can’t say the same for Canada”.

10 June 2019

Mortgage rates reached the lowest level in 2 years

Canadian interest rates for the most popular mortgage product reached the lowest level in almost two years. Moreover, they can go even lower by the end of this year.

Today, you can find a five-year fixed-rate of 2.7%-2.8%.

Last time we’ve seen such numbers was in summer 2017, and specialists don’t expect a hike in the nearest future.

It’s very odd that five-year fixed-rates now are almost at the same level as variable ones.

As a rule, variable rates are about 0.5% lower, which is offset by the possibility of a change.

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