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Phone:     905-761-7001
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2 August 2019

A monthly rent almost reached the price of one square foot in a new Toronto condo

The recent report by Urbanation says the average price of a pre-sale unit in the GTA went up to $1,000 per square foot for the first time on record since 1981.

In other words, following a 9% hike in 12 months, a single square foot of a new GTA condo now costs almost the same as a month’s studio rent in the area.

According to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, the average suite rent in the GTA reached $1,018.

Urbanation’s report reviews Q2 2019, when 8,902 new condo units were sold, marking a 77% gain from the previous year.

 
1 August 2019

Canada’s real estate market vulnerability level went down

Following more than 2 years of warnings about the national real estate market, the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation reported the decline of the overall level of vulnerability from high to moderate during the previous six months.

It’s one of the findings released in the CMHC’s new quarterly report, which assesses Canada's largest housing markets and their risk level, using four main factors:

  • Overheating (home sales exceeding new listings sharply).
  • Price acceleration (prices growing fast, which can be caused by speculation).
  • Overvaluation (prices exceeding incomes, which mortgage rates and local rents can justify).
  • Overbuilding (excessive number of vacancy rental units or new unsold buildings).

The CMHC investigates those factors, calculates them and determines the risk level, according to three colours: green means little evidence of an issue, yellow points to certain concerns, and red means a high risk level.

 
31 July 2019

U.S. cuts interest rates. Will Canada follow the example?

On Wednesday, the U.S. central bank cut its benchmark interest rate, marking the first decline in more than 10 years and trying to provide the necessary support to the national economy. The drop by 0.25% to 2%-2.25% was the first one since late 2008, when central banks around the world cut their rates in order to cope with the crisis.

Although the change was anticipated, it remains significant as it means the bank sees strong economic issues ahead, which were enough to provide the economic stimulation.

Today, the U.S. economy is in a much better state than during the previous rate cut, as now consumers are spending, the economy is growing and the job market is highly active.

While many indicators are quite strong, the inflation remains below the Fed’s target 2%.

 
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13 September 2019

Federal parties are pressured to adjust B-20 before the election As October federal election is coming, Canadian real estate boards are demanding imp...Read more >>

12 September 2019

Smaller condos and larger houses – two main extremes of Canada’s real estate market In case you think your condo has become smaller, don’t worry, it’...Read more >>

11 September 2019

Most Canadians blame foreign buyers for home prices increase The recent poll by Equifax shows that almost two out of three Canadians consider foreig...Read more >>
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