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2 May 2019

Condo sales in the GTA may go up, but prices growth is slowing

During the first quarter of 2019, new condo sales slowed down, restrained by the lowest number of new projects for pre-sale.

However, the situation is expected to improve, as the construction in Q1 has reached a record high level, and the demand for condominiums is still strong.

According to Urbanation, there were 3,073 new condos sold in the GTA during the first three months of the year, which is 26% lower than in the first quarter of 2018 and it’s the lowest mark 2013.

The number of new openings reached a 10-year-low of 1,829 units in only 8 projects, while 90% of all new condos in construction were pre-sold as of that moment.

The overall number of units under construction rose to record 71,378 units in 242 projects, exceeding 61,555 units in 221 projects, reported a year earlier.

 
1 May 2019

Weak economic growth could make the Bank of Canada forget about rate hikes in 2019

The new report concerning Canada’s economic performance has both good and bad news for the national real estate market.

As the economic growth slowed down in February to only 0.1% after 0.3% seen in January, this tendency could lead to no rate hikes until 2020.

According to Statistics Canada, the growth is almost evenly split into increases and declines among twenty major segments. The decreases were reported in mining, quarrying, and oil & gas extraction, and the manufacturing sector.

 
30 April 2019

Eliminating mortgage stress test may push home prices up by $32,000, according to TD

Toronto-Dominion Bank insists that the Canadian government should review its new mortgage rules, as their influence turned out to be more significant than initially planned.

According to TD economists Rishi Sondhi, Ksenia Bushmeneva and Derek Burleton, home sales were almost 40,000 lower from Q4 2017 to the same quarter in 2018, than it would have been in case the rules weren’t introduced. It stands for a 7% decline.

Another trend is borrowers’ attention shift to private lenders who are not affected by the new B-20 rules. Economists say the share of borrowers in Toronto who received mortgage from alternative lenders was up from 5.9% in Q2 207 to 8.7% a year later.

 
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21 May 2019

IMF believes Canada shouldn’t change mortgage stress test requirements According to the International Monetary Fund, household debt in Canada remains...Read more >>

20 May 2019

Happy Victoria Day – what are we celebrating today? Traditionally, Victoria Day is a federal Canadian holiday. It is celebrated on the last Monday be...Read more >>

17 May 2019

Stephen Poloz doesn’t think changes to mortgage stress test are necessary Despite all the calls, the governor of the Bank of Canada doesn’t think cha...Read more >>
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