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30 June 2017

Pros and cons on the central bank potentially raising rates

As the central bank’s tone becomes less dovish, the discussions about a possible rate increase at the markets are becoming hotter.

While the Governor Stephen Poloz keeps warning us about the possibility of a rate hike, we offer you three reasons why it’s a good idea and three facts why it’s not.

Pros:

  1. Canada’s economy is becoming stronger this year, and it’s important to direct the monetary policy on a long-term perspective. The Bank of Canada should look ahead for a period from 18 months to 2 years when it comes to an issue of returning to full economic capacity and its influence on the Bank’s main target – the inflation level.
  2. Canadian borrowers have been practically ignoring all the warnings about an excessive debt loads when the rates are so low.
 
29 June 2017

RBC says housing affordability in Canada gets worse because of Toronto hot market

Sharply growing real estate prices in Toronto and its closely situated areas have led to a poorer affordability level in the first quarter of this year, says RBC pointing to its recent study. 

"It's been only once since 1990 that Canadian homeowners had to pay so much for their homes, and now we can see a much stronger prices pressure affecting the affordability level", - says Craig Wright, RBC's senior vice-president and chief economist. 

The affordability rate reached 45.9% in Q1, marking the second highest number since 1990. It's important to understand that the housing affordability represents a share of the household income, so the higher the number goes, the less affordable homeownership becomes.

 
27 June 2017

Baby boomers are pushing young homebuyers out of the recreational housing market

It looks like the sharp generational divide seen earlier in Canada’s hottest housing markets (with growing prices increasing boomers’ wealth and pushing young homebuyers out of the market) already appears in the cottage country.

The recent report on the national recreational housing market by company RE/MAX points to this new trend.

“Many retirees and baby boomers nearing retirement are using the equity they got from their home sale in Toronto and Vancouver for purchasing a recreational home,” Elton Ash, regional executive vice president at RE/MAX of Western Canada noted. “A sharp price increase in those markets have made recreational properties a relatively affordable variant for numerous retirees.”

 
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