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8 July 2019

The start date of a First Time Home Buyer Incentive has been set

Now we know the launch date for the federal government’s plan aimed at supporting Canadian homeownership among middle class families.

The First Time Home Buyer Incentive will be available starting from September 2, 2019, Jean-Yves Duclos from CMHC says.

The program will let eligible first-time homebuyers who can provide a minimum down payment for an insured mortgage with CMHC, Genworth or Canada Guaranty, to get a part of the finance for a home purchase in the form of shared equity mortgage from the Government of Canada. The first closing is set for November 1, 2019.

The Shared Equity Mortgage Provider Fund will be launched on July 31, 2019. This five-year, $100-million lending fund will help eligible Canadians get closer to affordable homeownership.

"With the help of the National Housing Strategy, more middle-class Canadians and those who work hard to become them will receive safe and affordable homes,” - the minister noted.

 
5 July 2019

Real estate prices in Toronto are rising, while Canada loses jobs

Following a passive winter, homebuyers in Toronto showed a stronger activity in spring. Moreover, they continued the trend in June, leading to even higher home prices.

Last month, there were 8,860 homes sold in the GTA, which is 10.4% higher than a year earlier, Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) says. An average price rose by 3% annually and reached $832,703.

“Buyers started returning this spring, and a strong annual prices increase in the second quarter proves that,” - noted Jason Mercer, TREB’s chief market analyst.

“Nevertheless, as there was almost no change in the new listings, the market conditions have become even tighter, particularly in the sector of higher density home types, as they are less expensive and more affordable amid the new OSFI stress test,” – he said.

 
4 July 2019

Economists don’t expect a rate hike on Wednesday

Although most economists believe the central bank will keep its key lending rate unchanged at 1.75% on Wednesday, some of them don’t rule out the possibility of a cut in the nearest future.

“In case we look at domestic situation only, we may say the Bank of Canada could start thinking about an increase soon”, - noted Capital Economics’ Stephen Brown. “The economic growth is outpacing the BoC’s expectations in the second quarter and core inflation has been growing recently. However, on a global arena, we can see trade tensions strengthening, U.S. GDP growth slowing, and the Fed hinting at rate cuts. We believe the next change will be a decline”.

The real estate market keeps rebounding, and as it’s vital for the national economy, we don’t have many reasons to worry about inside Canada. Nevertheless, there are certain issues outside, including rising trade tensions between the United States and China.

 
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