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27 June 2019

Attempts to estimate immigration's influence on home prices continue

As you know, real estate markets react to demand supported by buyers. Higher population or stronger purchasing power of consumers will probably increase the pressure on home prices and rents. But how can we determine the share of pressure generated by immigration?

This issue has attracted more attention since housing affordability become a strong concern in large Canadian cities.

Significant prices growth in Toronto and Vancouver during 2016-17 led to worries about the influence of foreign money, and provincial governments reacted to it by introducing measures, including a foreign homebuyers’ tax.

Nevertheless, those worries and measures initially concerned the influence of non-resident speculators, and not immigrants who wanted to build their lives here.

 
26 June 2019

New home sales in the GTA showed a 94% year-over-year increase

Amid almost record high number of condo launches, the number of new homes sales in the GTA was almost twice larger in May than a year ago.

According to the Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD) and Altus Group, there were 4,794 new homes sold last month, which is 94% higher than in May 2018 and 27% higher than the 10-year average.

BILD says high sales activity offset part of the new supply on the market with 4,574 single-family homes and 12,537 condos listed for sale in May. Homes on that list could be selling during the pre-construction stage, in the process of construction, after it was completed or even unsold at all.

 
25 June 2019

Balances on reverse mortgages showed a more than 28% increase

Forget about HELOCs, as Canadian seniors have a new popular method to use their properties as a cash source. According to the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI), the balance of reverse mortgage debt rose sharply in April, reaching a new record high level and showing a more than 20% growth.

As you know, reverse mortgages provide senior homeowners with a possibility to get a part of their home equity out without selling the property. Borrowers can pledge their home for a lump sum loan or regular payments. It’s similar to HELOC, but you don’t need to make payments, as they are necessary only in case of moving, home sale, borrower’s death or default.

 
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