Toronto real estate debt has been soaring, but how much other debt do households have? Equifax numbers from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) show that the majority of debt is real estate related, but there’s still a whack of consumer debt. When broken down into payments, consumer debt requires nearly as much cash […]
Toronto condos printed a new all-time high for the fifth consecutive month. However, rapidly decelerating price growth may indicate we’re approaching the end of this run.
Last year, many Toronto real estate owners were watching their houses make more than them. This year? Not so much. Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) numbers show detached home prices are down thousands of dollars in April. The detached price declines also appear to be accelerating, as sales continue to drop and inventory rises. The […]
Hot spring market? Nope. Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) numbers show April was colder than usual, as demand continues to drop. Generally speaking, the market is seeing price moderation, lower sales, and rising inventory levels. Greater Toronto Real Estate Prices Dropped Over 5% The benchmark composite, the price of a typical home in Toronto, is […]
A civil court case over some pricey pieces of Toronto real estate leaves a lot of questions unanswered about the state of Canadian lending practices.
Low interest rates driving Toronto’s condo market? Not exactly. Nearly a third of mortgages on new condos being occupied by the owner, are paying rates nearly double the average.
Higher interest rates and a stress? No match for Toronto condo buyers, apparently. Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) numbers show condo prices hit a new all-time high in March. The price peak was hit, as sales dropped and inventory levels continued to rise. Toronto Condo Prices Rise Over 14% The benchmark price of a condo […]
Almost half of Toronto condo investors are committing to negative cash flow, according to a CIBC Economics study. One of the city’s most prominent mortgage brokers pointed out, this is a disaster in the making. If you can’t make the deal work at an all-time low for interest rates, when can you make it work? […]
Toronto real estate is seeing detached prices climb for a second consecutive month. Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) numbers show prices inched higher in March. Even with the climb, prices are lower than last year, as declining sales and rising inventory continue to release pricing pressure. Greater Toronto Detached Prices Are Down Over 6% Toronto’s […]
CIBC Economics crunched the numbers on Greater Toronto condo investors, and found that nearly half collect less rent than the required mortgage payments. Most are still making money.