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2180 Steeles Avenue West,
Suite 204, Concord,
ON, L4K 2Z5

Phone:     905-761-7001
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12 February 2020

More than half of Canadians worry about lack of retirement savings

The recent poll by Scotiabank shows that more than half of respondents worry about financial pressure making them keep working after they retire.

According to the survey, the average Canadian plans to retire at 64 years old, and 6% don’t intend to do it at all.

Concerns about losing their financial independence disturb 59% of respondents. Meanwhile, 53% worry they will need to keep working after retirement, says Scotiabank Investment Poll, that surveyed 1,012 people during the period from January 25 and February 3.

 
10 February 2020

RBC says Toronto real estate market is heating again

According to a new report, Toronto real estate market starts to look like at the beginning of 2016.

RBC Economics says the market shows signs of overheating with low inventories, growing prices, and a sales-to-listings ratio of 0.7, meaning we’ll see significant prices increase in the nearest future.

Senior economist Robert Hogue believes the Toronto real estate market may face double-digit prices gains soon, following an annual increase by 8.7% in January and by 7.3% in December. In other words, the tight market conditions remain.

 
7 February 2020

Mortgage stress test makes buyers leave GTA searching for affordable housing

The recent report by the Toronto Regional Real Estate Board (TREB) shows that more than half of potential home buyers in the GTA were affected by the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) mortgage stress test last year.

Many of those who were influenced by the test had to change the home price they could afford, its location or type just to meet the stricter standards. As you know, OSFI introduced the test in 2018 because of a sharply growing debt level in Canada. As a result, now buyers need additional funds for mortgage qualifying.

“Because of this stress test many households decided not to list their properties and not to buy another home, as they wouldn’t be able to qualify under the new stress test,” - TREB noted.

However, there could be bad news for those who changed the type of real estate they are looking for in order to meet the requirements. According to Ipsos survey, the majority of potential buyers are interested in townhouses and semi-detached homes, but the new listings mostly consist of detached houses and condos.

 
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31 March 2020

Canadian mortgage rates are going up in spite of the BoC’s recent reductions Mortgage rates are growing even despite the recent rate cuts from the ce...Read more >>

30 March 2020

Banks and mortgage lenders cut prime lending rates yet again Canadian biggest banks and mortgage lenders cut their prime rate to 2.45% from 2.95% in ...Read more >>

27 March 2020

Bank of Canada cuts its key lending rate once again On Friday morning, the Bank of Canada made one more unscheduled cut to its overnight rate by half...Read more >>
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