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Daily Archives: 2021-02-07

Buying A Typical Home In Canada? Cities Now Require Incomes Of Up To $230,000

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Mortgage rates might be low, but nosebleed home prices still make payments difficult. National Bank of Canada (NBC) data shows the household income required to carry a mortgage on a typical home in Q4 2020. The numbers in some regions are staggering, before even considering downpayments. In Toronto or Vancouver, the middle class can no longer pay [&hellip…

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CMLS: Commercial mortgage market seeing stronger deal flow, increased competition

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The last quarter of 2020 saw “favourable” deal flow and intensified competition in the commercial mortgage market, leading to sustained downward pressure on credit spreads, according to CMLS Mortgage Analytics Group. In the latest edition of its Commercial Mortgage Commentary, CMLS said that despite the overall downward trajectory observed during the fourth quarter, “mortgage spreads have lagged [&hellip…

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Could Mortgage Rates Start to Rise Sooner than Expected?

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While Canada’s economy recorded its largest-ever annual GDP drop of 5.1% last year, it’s also on track to post a comeback in Q4, which could force the Bank of Canada’s hand in reining inflation in sooner than anticipated. “That carries potentially strong policy implications for the Bank of Canada that is increasingly looking as if [&hellip…

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