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25 July 2019

Are fixed mortgage rates more attractive now than the variable ones?

Today, we can see a very strange situation with fixed mortgage rates lower than the variable ones.

As a rule, it doesn’t work that way.

“People are used to paying more for having a guarantee in case of a five-year fixed rate,” - Robert McLister, a Toronto mortgage broker and founder of RateSpy, noted.

However, today this extra payment is gone. For instance, the lowest Canadian five-year fixed rate for a conventional mortgage is 2.69%, while the equivalent variable rate is about 2.80%.

In case of well-qualified borrowers, five-year fixed rates haven’t been this low in many years. The last time the market saw something like that was before the 1990s recession.

“It’s a rare case”, - McLister says.

 
24 July 2019

What to expect from Ontario real estate market in 2021?

During the next three years, Ontario’s real estate market is expected to grow, although quite modestly.

“Population growth remains strong and is expected to continue the trend, as even though the real estate market is relatively unaffordable in the area, the economy keeps attracting people for work and education, especially in urban centres,” - noted Edgard Navarrette from Central 1.

According to him, Windsor, London, Thunder Bay, and even Ottawa will benefit from the First-Time Home Buyer Incentive introduced by the CMHC, as they remain quite affordable. Meanwhile, the program will hardly help buyers in the Greater Golden Horseshoe with prices there reaching record high levels.

 
23 July 2019

Are home equity lines of credit losing popularity?

Home equity lines of credit (HELOC) are often used for financing home renovations, but it looks like they are losing their popularity in Canada.

“HELOC loans showed the first monthly decline since May 2016 as they were already slowing after sharp gains in 2017 and 2018,” - noted Scotiabank’s Alena Bystrova and Juan Manuel Herrera.

“The latest drop means that fewer Canadians are choosing HELOCs and/or those who already have it decided to stop borrowing against their property”, - Herrera says.

He also noted that the bank doesn’t have access to the total number of HELOCs accounts open across Canada.

In his opinion, the national real estate market slowdown which followed years of strong price increases could have reduced the demand for HELOC.

 
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