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9 November 2018

CMHC market forecast for Great Toronto and Vancouver real estate

According to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), the GTA market will be quite balanced in 2020 with home sales showing a slight decline caused by growing interest rates.

“As sales are expected to fall slightly, the house price growth will be almost in line with inflation, so we won’t see the double-digit growth which we’ve seen a few months ago,” - noted CMHC’s Manager of Market Analysis Dana Senagama. “We expect higher price growth in the downtown areas of some major GTA parts, e.g. Toronto, Markham and Mississauga, where there are more condominiums.”

Senagama says resales will also go down at the end of 2020, restrained by higher mortgage rates.

 
6 November 2018

Poloz says it’s time to reduce the stimulus for the world economy

According to the Bank of Canada governor, after 10 years of low-interest rates, the global economy has finally reached a stable position, and it’s time to withdraw stimulus.

Stephen Poloz's comments followed the central bank’s warning about a gradual increase of its key lending rate from today’s 1.75% to a neutral level of 2.5%-3.5%. The main question is the pace of such rises.

As you know, Poloz recently made the fifth rate hike in 15 months. He also warned borrowers (many of whom have high debt levels) to get used to a 3% interest rate as a new normal.

On Monday, Poloz said the global economy has made significant progress in fighting the consequences of the 2007-08 financial crisis. Since that period, interest rates have remained very low around the world.

"After 10 years of incredible attempts by central banks to fill markets with liquidity, the global economy has reached the state when stimulus can be steadily withdrawn," – he noted.

 
5 November 2018

Toronto real estate prices are rising again – this time pushed by condos

Last month, we’ve seen the housing market in Toronto showing more signs of stability with prices for condos and semi-detached homes growing even despite almost no changes in sales.

According to the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB), the average home price was up by 1% from September and reached seasonally adjusted $810,881, marking the first increase in 3 months. Meanwhile, the benchmark price, which adjusts for the housing types, rose by 2.6% from a year ago. Home sales were down by 1% monthly to 6,920. It’s also 3.3% lower than in October 2017.

TREB’s President Garry Bhaura says Toronto housing market is rebounding after a slowdown seen at the beginning of the year when stricter mortgage rules took effect and restrained the activity. The recent sales drops are much weaker than at the year start when the new rules made it even more difficult to get a mortgage.

 
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