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27 January 2020

One of the most influential people of Canada’s real estate industry will leave the position this year

It turns out, Evan Siddall, President and CEO of Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, will leave his today’s position after the current term ends later in 2020.

Obviously, Siddall has been quite a controversial person. Appointed to the job by the Conservative government of Stephen Harper in 2013, he was a true outsider, showing solid experience as an investment banker and advisor to the central bank. He was meant to change CMHC’s relationship with the real estate industry and provide a wider economic view for the agency.

The economic crisis, which started in the U.S. in 2008, remained one of the main issues for the Harper government. Large mortgage household debts are still a strong point of concern for Canadian policy makers.

 
24 January 2020

Will the Home Buyers Plan be as effective, as expected?

According to Zoocasa, the Home Buyers’ Plan might be not as effective in certain markets, as expected initially.

The latest report by Zoocasa says the maximum withdrawal of $35,000 from the RRSP by those buyers who meet the HBP’s requirements, represents only 3.5% of a home cost in Vancouver, and 4.3% in case of Toronto.

At the same time, the Plan will have more positive impact in Canada’s most affordable markets. For example, eligible buyers in Regina could get 13.5% of their home purchases using the Plan’s RRSP.

Nationally, Canadian buyers with a median income will need 4.3 – 6 years to save up for the same amount they can get from the HBP.

 
23 January 2020

Bank of Canada sees a possibility of an interest rate cut

Stephen Poloz, who didn’t follow the global pressure to cut rates in 2019, pointed to the possibility of a rate decline by the Bank of Canada in case today’s economic slowdown continues.

After Wednesday’s decision to keep the Bank’s key lending rate at 1.75%, the Governor said a stronger slack in the economy is a risk to inflation. Nevertheless, the BoC didn’t cut the rate this time in order not to encourage household debt level growth which is still a significant vulnerability for the national economy.

“I can’t say there’s no possibility of a rate cut. Of course, there is”, - Poloz noted, pointing that the current borrowing costs are appropriate for now.

The change in tone is what attracts attention, as it reflects the switch of growth risks from global to domestic. Only three months ago, the BoC pointed to Canada’s resiliency to growing international risks. But since then, the domestic economic concerns have become more vivid.

 
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