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8 May 2019

Canadian housing starts showed a significant increase in April

Last month, the number of housing starts in Canada was up sharply, reporting a more than 20% increase from March, supported by a strong hike in the segment of new multi-unit projects, including condos, apartments and townhouses.

According to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp., the seasonally adjusted annual rate of housing starts rose by 22.6% from March and reached 235,460 units last month.

Meanwhile, economists predicted an annual pace of 196,400, says Thomson Reuters Eikon.

Priscilla Thiagamoorthy, economic analyst at BMO Capital Markets, says builders are not planning to slow down the pace.

"While the start of the year saw the national real estate market slowing, the recent results show that the tendency is changing direction towards the necessary growth”, - noted Thiagamoorthy.

 
7 May 2019

Toronto real estate sales keep growing

According to the recent report by the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB), housing sales in the Greater Toronto Area were up by about 17% last month, however, prices for detached houses kept falling annually.

TREB says home sales went up by 16.8% from 7,744 in April 2018 to 9,042 last month.

"Meanwhile, new listings can’t show the same growth rate as the home sales”, - noted Garry Bhaura, TREB’s president.

As the annual growth rate for new listings is well below home sales, it means the market conditions keep tightening, and the price growth raises its pace.

 
6 May 2019

Bank of Canada calls for more flexibility at the mortgage market

Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz says the real estate market is stable even in spite of numerous difficulties it has been facing. He believes the mortgage market needs more flexibility as it could support the national financial system safety.

As you know, the BoC hasn’t changed its key lending rate for half a year already, as it investigates all the possible reasons for the latest economic decline. They include previous rate increases, stricter mortgage regulations and new measures implemented for fighting speculation in Toronto and Vancouver.

“The market will improve and start functioning more normally with the current fundamentals which are quite strong today, especially when it comes to population growth and employment”, - Poloz noted. Meanwhile, he didn’t touch upon the interest rate topic.

 
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