Over 81,000 Canadian real estate buyers would have failed stress testing, and Canada’s most expensive cities are low on density, high on prices.
Time for your weekly cheat sheet on the most important stories in Canadian real estate. Canadian Real Estate New Mortgage Distribution Data From The BoC Shows Stress Testing Is A Huge Deal The Bank of Canada (BoC), Canada’s central bank, has determined that Canadians prefer to leave the smallest down payment possible. In 2016, 18.04% […]
Foreign buyers are scooping up affordable Toronto and Vancouver real estate, and parliament warns higher interest rates will stagnate housing for at least 5 years.
Non-resident ownership of Canadian real estate is way higher than we thought, and China’s anti-speculation measures makes the Canadian government look like enablers.
Canadian real estate has more in common with the US bubble than we thought, and why Ottawa doesn’t care about your high debt levels.
Stress testing Canadian real estate buyers could lead to less favorable terms for renewals, and Toronto inventory is up 110%.
Time for your weekly cheat sheet, on the most important stories in real estate. Canadian Real Estate Bank Of Canada: Half Of Canadian Real Estate Mortgages Will Renew By Next Year Bank of Canada released its quarterly review of risks to the Canadian financial system, and mortgages were near the top. Turns out an estimated […]
Two Canadian cities are in the top 5 global real estate bubble index put out by UBS, and find out where we are in the real estate cycle.
Canadian real estate is about to see a spike in foreign buyer numbers, and Canada’s largest bank gives their forecast for prices next year.
Canadian real estate prices, crunching mortgage numbers, and dodging foreign buyer taxes in Toronto and Vancouver are the topics of the week.