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15 April 2019

Business executives are losing their optimism

The latest poll by the Bank of Canada shows that economic slowdown and global trade uncertainties started affecting businesses confidence.

The survey of executives, made during the period from February to March, shows lower expectations for sales and significant decrease from several companies facing labour shortages. The BoC’s composite gauge of sentiment switched its direction to negative and fell to the lowest mark since 2016.

The main issue concerns an uncertain situation with the Western Canadian energy sector.

Weaker forecasts prove that a combination of difficulties (from global trade wars to last year’s oil prices decline and passive real estate market) is already affecting the entire national economy.

 
12 April 2019

Real estate issues in Ontario budget

Here are some of the sections from the April 11 budget concerning real estate and mortgage industry:

In case of many middle‐class Ontario families, homeownership has become out of reach as buyers have to adjust to January 2018 mortgage rule changes. The insured and uninsured mortgage stress tests lowered consumers’ purchasing power, and many couldn’t qualify for a mortgage under the new guidelines. That’s why more borrowers started addressing private lenders in order to get the necessary financing. The government supports a strict system which protects consumers, but it’s also concerned that the mortgage rule changes led to unwanted impact on the market and pushed potential buyers out of it.

In October 2018, the government appointed MPP Doug Downey to review the Mortgage Brokerages, Lenders and Administrators Act, 2006. This year, the Ministry of Finance conducted a public consultation and got feedback from stakeholders in different sectors: banking, mortgage brokers, appraisers, insurance and legal services. The feedback brought innovative ideas on easing the rules burden to let mortgage brokers focus on helping their clients.

 
11 April 2019

Cannabis production leads to higher real estate prices

According to the recent report, housing prices in certain smaller passive Canadian markets are growing supported by investments in the developing cannabis industry only six months after the legalization.

“The growth in employment activity and the success of cannabis companies are leading to higher prices for agricultural land and real estate in tertiary markets,” – says the new report by Altus Group.

Tertiary markets follow major markets, like Toronto and Vancouver, and secondary markets, e.g. Kitchener–Waterloo and Guelph.

Altus Group points to only two Ontario tertiary markets which could take advantage of the impact from cannabis: the municipality of Leamington and the town of Smiths Falls.

 
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