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10 May 2018

Luxury home sales are falling, but prices remain high

A lack of supply and strong demand coming from downsizers may push luxury condo prices in Toronto by as much as 10% next year. Meanwhile, high-end house prices are not expected to follow the lead, says a recent luxury residential report by Royal LePage.

According to the report, an average home price at the top end of the market went down by only $6,000 to $3.52 million annually in the first quarter of the year. However, it’s expected to remain around that number in the first quarter of 2019.

The report says luxury condo prices may go up by 10.4% to $1.85 million by the end of the Q1 2019 (from today’s $1.7 million), marking the largest growth forecast in the house and condo sectors.

In the first quarter of 2018, sales of luxury houses were down by 68% on a year-over-year basis, but it was only 18% lower than in 2016.

 
9 May 2018

What is the “perfect” age for becoming a homeowner?

The latest survey shows that most Canadians believe it’s better to become a homeowner before 40 years old, but providing a down payment is the main difficulty.

According to the 2018 Zoocasa Housing Trends Report, 65% of respondents say the target age for homeownership is 26-35 years old. Meanwhile, only 7% think one should buy a property after 40.

The poll shows that homeownership dream is still widely popular, as 86% consider it an important step in their lives, which is only slightly higher than a year ago.

One of the main obstacles for homebuyers are growing real estate prices, particularly in case of Ontario and British Columbia. However, the national numbers are still lower than a year ago: 42% vs 54%.

 
8 May 2018

Another mortgage rate hike from Canadian largest banks

Scotiabank has followed other Big Five Canadian banks and also raised its posted fixed mortgage rate.

On Tuesday, Canada’s third largest bank decided to raise the benchmark rate for a five-year fixed mortgage from 5.14% to 5.34%. Other terms also saw increases.

As you know, last month, TD Bank started the wave of increases by raising the rate to 5.59%.

 
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