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13 November 2019

Canada shows nine consecutive months of housing affordability improvements

The recent poll by National Bank of Canada Affordability shows housing affordability improvements in every major Canadian real estate market during Q3. As a result, we have seen 9 months of a positive trend already.

The national cost of real estate has returned to its average of 43% from the average income.

However, National Bank economists Matthieu Arseneau and Kyle Dahms say it doesn’t mean we’re back to normal.

“In spite of certain progress in the last three quarters, the situation is still difficult in the two largest markets,” – they say pointing to Toronto and Vancouver.

12 November 2019

Is it sill reasonable to invest into Canada’s housing?

In the years following an implementation of new tax and mortgage rules in 2016, aiming at avoiding a housing bubble in Canada, the activity slowed down sharply. So is it still reasonable to invest into Canada’s housing these days?

According to a market watcher Romana King, even in case of worries about a global recession, real estate remains a good investing option.

"It’s always important to make strategically right decisions, considering all the economic factors which could affect your investment," – she noted.

In King’s opinion, the real estate market may get out of negative growth forecasts in 2019. Pointing to the data from the Canadian Real Estate Association, she says the national sales activity may lead to a 5% gain this year and a 7.5% increase in 2020.

11 November 2019

CMHC doesn’t consider Toronto housing market overvalued any more

According to the recent Housing Market Assessment by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), the real estate shows a “moderate” level of risk. Most ratings remained unchanged, but there was also an unexpected turn. Toronto and Hamilton, which reported high level of vulnerability earlier, reduced their risk. Overall, more risk was seen in the markets west of Ottawa.

The market assessment has a color ranged system. The CMHC assesses fundamentals using three levels – low (green), medium (yellow), and high (red). Overheating and price acceleration have a binary system of ratings – they either exist or don’t. All other indicators receive degrees.

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