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5 November 2019

Toronto real estate prices were up last month, while listings fell

According to the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB), the number of properties listed for sale in the biggest Canadian market was down again, leading to forecasts of possible prices growth.

TREB says there were 15,375 active listings across the GTA in October, which is 18.8% lower than a year ago.

At the same time, home sales were up by 14% annually during the same month.

The combination of lower supply and stronger selling activity led to prices increase by 5.5% to $852,142.

“In 2019, the GTA market conditions have been steadily tightening, and we’ve seen faster pace of the annual prices growth,” - noted TREB Chief Market Analyst Jason Mercer.

 
4 November 2019

What to expect from Canada’s real estate market in 2020?

Recently, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) released the largest available forecast for the national real estate market trends in 2020.

According to CMHC, the following tendencies will affect the market mostly during the next two years:

1. Home sales will raise their pace in 2020 and 2021

Following a peak in 2016, home sales started falling in 2017 and kept the direction in 2018. This year, the trend is probably the same, says CMHC. However, we may face a sharp change soon, as sales increases are expected to continue in the main markets of Ontario and British Columbia mostly due disposable income increases in these provinces, exceeding the national average.

 
1 November 2019

Chances for an interest rate cut in January are growing

As the Bank of Canada left its overnight unchanged this week (like many expected), now more than half of economists surveyed by Finder predict a cut in January.

“Our report shows that a rate cut is possible in December 2019 or at the beginning of 2020. A quarter of economists believe the BoC should have cut the rate on October 30. In addition to it, all of the respondents expect the next change to be a cut”, - noted William Eve from Finder Canada.

“Although it’s been postponed, a decline in December or January may be a good period for those who

 
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