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8 August 2019

Canadian banks are blamed for creating oligopoly

A new book The GTA Affordable Home Ownership Crisis by R. Scott Davie points to B-20 rules as a horrible example of Canadians suffering from the impact of limited competition, caused by the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions.

According to the owner of Davie Real Estate, who has been selling homes in the area for decades, OSFI and federal officials are the ones to blame in the hit on the market, even though it’s an unofficial government agency. In addition to it, Davie also offers a solution for Canadians, who strive to become homeowners but face new challenges from OSFI-introduced B-20.

“We have Canadian banks in the American market, but we don’t have any American banks in Canada,” - noted Davie. “We should have limited American banks for the Canadians to take advantage of it and not to remain tied to the local banks”.

7 August 2019

Canadian consumer confidence improves supported by real estate market recovery

Rebounding activity at the national real estate market supports consumer optimism.

According to Bloomberg, Canadian Confidence Index (based on weekly phone surveys of households) went up from 58.3 at the end of June to 58.6 last week. The indicator is supported by a stronger economic growth, lower borrowing costs and weaker concern over a housing correction.

The share of respondents expecting home prices increase during the next 6 months rose to 43.2% at the end of July, marking the highest month-end level since December 2017, before the new mortgage rules were introduced. Later, the stricter regulations and growing borrowing costs led to a drop in national housing sales.

6 August 2019

Housing prices in Toronto are rising, while Vancouver shows a decline

In July, the Greater Toronto Area's home price index rose by 4.4% due to tighter supply and an annual sales increase by 24.3%, says the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB).

The average selling price in the GTA went up by 3.2% from a year ago and reached $806,755.

Home sales rose from 6,916 to 8,595, with the double digit gains in all categories.

"In other words, higher competition between buyers led to relatively strong price increase, exceeding the inflation rate for semi-detached houses, townhouses and condominium apartments," - Jason Mercer, the real estate board's chief market analyst, noted.

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