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12 May 2017

Toronto real estate prices keep rising

Last month, housing prices in Canada showed another increase, supported mostly by the expensive Toronto market, which according to some specialists is becoming overheated.

The Teranet-National Bank Composite House Price Index, tracking all the changes for single family houses resales, shows the prices were up by 1.2% in April. It’s the 15th month of national gains in a row already.

In case of Toronto, where some economists see a market bubble, home prices rose by 2.6%. Meanwhile, its neighbor Hamilton saw a 2.1% gain. Both indexes have reached their record high levels.

 
11 May 2017

Credit ratings of six Canadian big banks were downgraded

According to Moody's, record high debt level and sky rocketing real estate prices in Canada may affect big banks negatively. That’s why the agency decided to downgrade their credit ratings.

On Wednesday, the ratings were lowered for Toronto-Dominion Bank, Bank of Montreal, Bank of Nova Scotia, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, National Bank of Canada and Royal Bank of Canada.

Moody's pointed to more difficult operating conditions for Canadian banks this year and later.

 
10 May 2017

Renting home instead of buying it could be a good choice

Last month, the average real estate prices in Waterloo region exceeded half a million, making it more difficult for many Canadians to become a homeowner. Today, a single detached home here will cost you $594,453 on average.

According to a financial planner Susan Daley, although homeownership has been an important and widely anticipated decision for most Canadians, it’s not so bad or shameful if millennials don’t enter the housing market and prefer renting.

"It’s not a failure, if you don’t own a home yet. In fact, you can benefit from not being able to purchase real estate," - said Daley from PWL Capital.

 
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23 May 2017

A 10% hike of mortgage payments would be a problem for most Canadian borrowers According to a new poll by Manulife Bank, almost three quarters of Can...Read more >>
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