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12 February 2019

CHBA also calls for mortgage rules review

It’s been more than a year since the mortgage stress test was introduced, but its consequences keep showing.

The Canadian Home Builders Association (CHBA) recently polled its members and found out that most homebuyers are facing growing difficulties in getting a mortgage.

According to the survey, 90% of respondents say their customers had to face more difficulty when qualifying for a mortgage last year, than in 2017. Moreover, 84% reported a rise in the number of completed home purchase deals which were cancelled later because of financing problems. They say it caused a 33% decline in the number of first-time buyers.

“We know the reason for a mortgage stress test introduction. However, as the economic and market conditions have changed, and considering the influence of all the rule tightening on the first-time buyers, we believe it’s time to adjust the rules,” - noted CHBA CEO Kevin Lee.

 
11 February 2019

Canadians got used to big banks so much, they can’t see their problems

We all know the famous Big Six: RBC, TD, BMO, Scotiabank, CIBC, National Bank of Canada.

How can we not? Each time any of them decides to cut their mortgage rates even slightly, it’s all over the media. For instance, last month, RBC reduced its five-year fixed-term mortgage rate by 0.15% to 3.74%, and it appeared in all the headlines.

But, in fact, the bank's posted mortgage rates are not what we should pay attention to, as the big banks never offer the lowest rates in the market.

Somehow, Canadians still pay attention to the big banks: maybe, because they are too afraid of changes or they just don’t know that banks only play with them. Today, the banks have a 90$ stranglehold on the Canadian mortgage market, and we’re starting to shift our attention to alternative and cheaper variants too slowly.

 
7 February 2019

Canadian real estate market remains vulnerable

The latest report by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) shows that the national housing market is still “vulnerable”, even despite weaker overvaluation in Toronto and Victoria in the third quarter.

According to CMHC, it’s the tenth consecutive quarter Canada’s housing market gets a “vulnerable” rating.

The report results are based on certain factors, such as the level of imbalances in the real estate market related to overbuilding, overvaluation, overheating and price growth compared with historical averages.

 
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22 February 2019

Home prices growth in Canada may remain moderate during the next two years The recent Reuters survey of analysts shows that once hot real estate mark...Read more >>

21 February 2019

Political leaders offer more measures on improving housing affordability NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh explained how his party could improve hou...Read more >>

20 February 2019

Should we expect a rate hike from the central bank in March? With today’s economic challenges – weak real estate market, difficulties with oil and tr...Read more >>
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