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15 May 2018

CREA says average home price went down by 11% in a year

According to the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA), the average home price in April was down by more than 11% from the previous 12 months.

CREA says home sales fell by 13.9% from a year ago and reached the lowest April level since 2011.

As a rule, April tends to show high activity, as warm weather pushes sales up. However, the listings slowed from March with a 4.8% decline, marking the weakest April for new listings in nine years.

Sales drops were reported in 60% of all markets. The largest decreases were seen in the Fraser Valley (British Columbia) and markets in and around the Golden Horseshoe area (Ontario).

In CREA’s opinion, one of the reasons for such declines is the new stress test introduced in January.

14 May 2018

Canadian seniors will face a housing affordability crisis

Another group of Canadians will face significant challenges with home affordability. This time seniors join young Canadians and others who struggle with extremely high rents and housing prices.

The affordability crisis is expected to affect seniors all over the country, as the baby boom generation enter the golden years, increasing the demand for retirement home places and pushing up rents, says the rating agency DBRS in its new report.

“Those seniors who live on a fixed income or a government pension will face the affordability issue even more,” - noted Karen Gu, senior vice-president at DBRS. “The younger Canadians have at least a chance to get a job and have regular wage”.

In 2017, the average rents for seniors’ homes were different all over Canada. Ontario reported the highest result of $3,526 per month, while Quebec showed the lowest - $1,678.

11 May 2018

Canada lost 1,100 jobs in April, but unemployment rate remained unchanged

Last month, the Canadian job market remained generally unchanged, as the economy lost 1,100 jobs, but the jobless rate remained at 5.8%, which is the lowest level in 40 years.

According to Statistics Canada, goods-producing industries shed about 16,000 jobs in April, however, the service sector created almost 15,000. Meanwhile, economists predicted a moderate increase by 20,000 jobs.

"Of course, the results are slightly disappointing, but many details of the report showed significant improvements, so we consider this release roughly neutral," - Bank of Montreal economist Doug Porter noted.

Porter stressed that Canada added 28,800 full time jobs, but they were just offset by almost the same number of lost part-time positions.

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