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19 August 2019

Low mortgage rates trend is expanding at the global market

The global trend towards zero or negative interest rates has reached another level with Denmark practically paying homebuyers for getting 10-year mortgages.

Jyske Bank A/S, Denmark’s third-largest lender, offers now a mortgage rate of -0.5%, while Nordea Bank Abp provides 30-year mortgages at 0.5%, and 20-year loans at zero at all.

Many years of rate cuts by central banks have changed the traditional scheme of lending and borrowing. It’s more vivid in Europe, where a composite mortgage rate across the euro area was down to 1.65% in June, marking the lowest level since records started in 2000.

Although certain areas didn’t follow the tendency, borrowing costs are at or near historically lowest level in many major world markets. It has led to a stronger demand from homebuyers and caused tight competition among lenders.

15 August 2019

Real estate sales kept growing in July

The recent report by the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) shows the national housing market is rebounding after the mortgage stress tests were introduced last year, as sales and prices are growing again.

According to CREA, the average home price rose by 3.9% annually last month. In addition to it, home sales were up by about 13%.

Following the lowest level in six years, reached in February, the market activity is recovering all over Canada, with sales increases in almost 60% of all markets.

"Sales are rebounding in regions where we’ve seen declines after the mortgage stress test took effect at the start of the previous year. However, the activity there is still lower than before the new rules’ implementation”, - CREA's chief economist Gregory Klump noted.

14 August 2019

GTA shows a detached market rebound

The latest report by REMAX and Toronto Real Estate Board shows stronger activity at the detached homes segment of the Greater Toronto Area during the first half of the year, marking a significant recovery.

The area including North and South Riverdale, Blake-Jones and Greenwood-Coxwell, saw a 15.2% prices increase from $1,197,133 last year to $1,378,987 in 2019.

In case of area starting from Kensington-Chinatown and stretching to Dufferin Grove and Little Portugal, the gain reached 12.8% from $1,732,193 to $1,953,511.

In addition to it, Leaside and Thorncliffe Park were up by 11.2% from $1,972,450 to $2,193,747.

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