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Real Estate Forecast for 2018: What to Expect!

Real Estate Forecast for 2018: What to Expect!

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Real Estate Forecast for 2018: What to Expect

As we head into a new year, the most common question we receive is, “What’s the outlook for GTA’s real estate in 2018?”

 

It’s not just potential buyers and sellers who care; current homeowners also want reassurance about the value of their investment. No one knows exactly what 2018 will bring, but we’ve outlined expert predictions on where the market is headed and how government interventions are expected to impact the Canadian housing market in the year ahead.

HOUSING PRICES WILL REMAIN HIGH IN URBAN CENTRES

Although the Toronto real estate market did experience a slowdown in 2017, housing affordability will remain a major issue in both Toronto and Vancouver in 2018. According to the Royal Bank of Canada’s most recent Housing Trends and Affordability Report, as of Q2 2017 it cost more than 75 percent (Toronto) and 80 percent (Vancouver) of median household income to cover the average cost of owning a home.1

In an effort to stabilize prices, both the Ontario and British Columbia governments enacted a 15 percent tax on foreign investments in housing. However, according to the PricewaterhouseCoopers report on Emerging Trends in Real Estate: Canada and the United States 2018, “Industry players are skeptical that recent tax moves … to curtail foreign investment will have a long term cooling impact on housing affordability in Toronto and Vancouver.”2

In its Canadian Regional Housing Outlook, TD Economics predicts ”The decline in sales activity in both Vancouver and Toronto has helped to redistribute the balance of power from a pure seller’s market, back towards buyers, as evidenced by the sales-to-listing ratios. But, first-time homebuyers sitting on the sidelines waiting for higher interest rates to trigger a market crash may be holding their breath for a while. Prices are likely to only reset back to levels that existed prior to a year of exorbitant gains.”3

The high cost of living has forced a growing number of millennials to seek alternatives to traditional housing. The 2016 census found 47.4 percent of young adults in Toronto and 38.6 percent in Vancouver live with a parent. PricewaterhouseCoopers predicts a rise in multi-generational and multi-family homes, a move towards larger condominiums to suit growing families, and a flight from urban cores as new public transit projects make commuting more feasible.2

What does it mean for you? If you’re a current homeowner, you can expect your investment to hold its value and continue to appreciate over the long term. And if you’re considering selling this year, contact us to request a free Comparative Market Analysis to find out how much you can expect your home to sell for under current market conditions.

If you’re a potential buyer who has been waiting for real estate prices to drop, don’t expect a fallout any time soon. Governmental bodies have taken steps to slow down skyrocketing prices, which has helped to balance the market. Now is a great time to buy. And if traditional housing options don’t fit your budget, we can help you find alternatives to meet your needs.

GOVERNMENT INTERVENTIONS WILL HELP TO STABILIZE THE MARKET

Skyrocketing real estate prices have caused Canadians to take on a growing amount of debt. The federal Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) reports that the average household indebtedness is up to 174 percent of disposable income, and they predict it will reach 180 percent by the end of 2018. Coupled with rising interest rates, the share of income that will go towards debt payments is expected to reach historic proportions.4

Regulators at the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) have attempted to curb the potential fallout with interventions, the latest of which went into effect on January 1. These new regulations raise the requirements for mortgage borrowers with down payments of 20 percent or more. They are now required to qualify for a mortgage at an interest rate two percentage points higher than their current rate to ensure they can manage payments when interest rates do inevitably rise.

A similar “stress test” was enacted in 2016 for borrowers who put down less than 20 percent, but that regulation impacted a much smaller percentage of buyers.

According to Jeremy Rudin, the head of OSFI, “We clearly see the potential risks caused by high household indebtedness across Canada, and by high real estate prices in some markets. We are not waiting to see those risks crystallize in rising arrears and defaults before we act.”5

All federally regulated financial institutions will be obligated to utilize these requirements for both new mortgages and mortgage renewal applications of borrowers applying to switch lenders. It is not mandatory to apply the test at mortgage renewal for existing borrowers. Since credit unions are regulated provincially, they are not required to follow the new OSFI rules, although some may choose to out of prudency.

What does it mean for you? With new rules in effect, if you’re a buyer, your purchasing power may be impacted. If you’re concerned you may not be able to meet these requirements, securing your mortgage through a credit union may be an option. We are following this issue closely. Give us a call so we can discuss how these new rules will affect your home search.

If you’re considering selling your home this year, these regulations could alter the type of buyer who will be willing and able to purchase your home. We have expertise in this area and know how to market your home to a changing demographic.

5 YEAR MORTGAGES WILL MAKE A COMEBACK

Expect interest rates to rise in 2018. Bank of Canada has indicated that borrowers should expect to see rate increases this year … and notably, nearly half of Canadian mortgage holders are set to renew their mortgages in the next 12 months. Combined with the new, more stringent “stress test” requirements, a greater number of homeowners will be opting for five-year-fixed rate mortgages over the historically popular variable rate mortgages.6

According to LowerRates.ca, “Since January 2014, 56% of Canadian borrowers who applied for a mortgage through LowestRates.ca have gone variable, compared with 43% of those who got a five-year fixed. But this past August, there was a shift, where the five-year-fixed rate mortgage saw a sharp increase in applicants, with 59% of users on the LowestRates.ca site opting for this option versus only 39% opting for the variable mortgage.”7

What does it mean for you? If you’re in the market to buy, act now. Rising interest rates will decrease your purchasing power, so act quickly before interest rates go up. Give us a call today to get your home search started.

And if you’re a current homeowner who is set to renew your mortgage, you may want to consider locking in a five-year-fixed rate. Contact us if you would like assistance navigating your options.

 

 

2018 ACTION PLAN

If you plan to BUY this year:

 

1.    Get pre-approved for a mortgage. If you plan to finance part of your home purchase, getting pre-approved for a mortgage will give you a jump-start on the paperwork and provide an advantage over other buyers in a competitive market. The added bonus: you will find out how much you can afford to borrow and budget accordingly.

2.    Create your wish list. How many bedrooms and bathrooms do you need? How far are you willing to commute to work? What’s most important to you in a home? We can set up a customized search that meets your criteria to help you find the perfect home for you.

3.    Come to our office. The buying process can be tricky. We’d love to guide you through it. We can help you find a home that fits your needs and budget, all at no cost to you. Give us a call to schedule an appointment today!

 

If you plan to SELL this year:

 

1.    Call us for a FREE Comparative Market Analysis. A CMA not only gives you the current market value of your home, it’ll also show how your home compares to others in the area. This will help us determine which repairs and upgrades may be required to get top dollar for your property … and it will help us price your home correctly once you’re ready to list.

2.    Prep your home for the market. Most buyers want a home they can move into right away, without having to make extensive repairs and upgrades. We can help you determine which ones are worth the time and expense to deliver maximum results.

3.    Start decluttering. Help your buyers see themselves in your home by packing up personal items and things you don’t use regularly and storing them in an attic or storage locker. This will make your home appear larger, make it easier to stage … and get you one step closer to moving when the time comes!

 

WE’RE HERE TO HELP

 

While national real estate numbers and predictions can provide a “big-picture” outlook for the year, real estate is local. And as local market experts, we can guide you through the ins and outs of our market, and the local issues that are likely to drive home values in your particular neighbourhood. If you have specific questions, or would like more information about where we see real estate headed in our area, please give us a call! We’d love to discuss how issues here at home are likely to impact your desire to buy or a sell a home this year. Please visit our website SnapHomes.ca for latest MLS listing and pre-construction Homes & Condos.

Can’t find what you are looking for? Contact us for Exclusive list of Pre construction Homes and Condos and our pocket listings for Land!
Sources:

1.     Royal Bank of Canada’s Housing Trends and Affordability Report –
http://www.rbc.com/newsroom/_assets-custom/pdf/20170929-ha.pdf

2.     PricewaterhouseCoopers Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2018  –
https://www.pwc.com/ca/en/real-estate/assets/Real_Estate_ETRE_2018_PDF.pdf

3.     TD Economics Canadian Regional Housing Outlook –
https://economics.td.com/canadian-regional-housing-outlook-aug-2017

4.     Office of the Parliamentary Budget Officer –
http://www.pbo-dpb.gc.ca/en/blog/news/HH_Vulnerability

5.     Financial Post
http://business.financialpost.com/personal-finance/stricter-osfi-rules-on-mortgage-lending-will-do-more-harm-than-good-fraser-institute

6.     Bank of Canada Financial System Review November 2018  –
https://www.bankofcanada.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/fsr-november2017.pdf

7.     Maclean’s  –
http://www.macleans.ca/economy/money-economy/canadians-rushing-to-lock-down-five-year-fixed-rate-mortgages/

 

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The One Condo

The One Condos is a New Condo by Mizrahi Developments located at Yonge St & Bloor St, Toronto.

Steps away from the most popular restaurants in Toronto, endless transit options and everything else you love about Toronto sits The One Condos. A brand new creation by Mizrahi developments and Foster-Partners. This promises to be a memorable part of Toronto.

These 544 suites will become the heart and soul of the city, sitting at a stunning 84 storeys tall, One Bloor St West will transform into a cultural hub bursting with street energy and endless opportunities for you to live, work, and play.

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This building will become the second tallest in Canada next to the CN tower. The One is expected to have suites between 650 and 9000 sqft. Expected to launch in the Spring 2016, there will be no sharewalls meaning the consumer can customize their own unit. Amenities include 24/7 cleaning services, valet services, theatre rooms and much more.

Expect high-level retail at The One condos. World-class restaurants, fashion centres and other high-end retail tenants. The One will be a destination in the nexus of the city. The highest pedestrian count, vehicle count and the transit corner of Toronto, the One will be a destination in the public realm where all can congregate: similar to the Rockefeller Centre.

The One condo will become the second tallest build in Canada next to the CN tower. The One is expected to have suites between 650 and 9000 sqft.

The One Condos – an eighty story tower set to be placed 1,043 feet high. It is going to be an absolutely spectacular feet of engineering and architecture, especially with the famous Norman Foster behind its design. Its location is going to be at the intersection of two buzzing streets in the center of Toronto: 1 Bloor Street West at Yonge and Bloor. The intersection of these two main streets is currently inhabited by a deteriorating clothing store called Stollerys. This outdated fashion shop is set to be demolished and replaced by The One Condos and this news is most welcome to prospective residents and current inhabitants on both Yonge and Bloor.

 

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5 things to remember about chattels and fixtures

The buyer notices that the oven is not working when they do their final home visit, 2 days before closing. Can the buyer refuse to close or hold back money to repair the oven? These are just some of the questions that I receive from anxious buyers during the course of a home purchase.

Here are 5 key lessons to remember:

1. The buyer cannot refuse to close a real estate deal if an appliance is not working, or if there are minor damages on the property, unless the contract says so. What the standard real estate contract says is that the buyer can only refuse to close if there has been substantial damage to the property before closing. This would cover a house burning down or a major flood before closing, but would not cover a cracked window or appliance that is not working.

2. The buyer or the buyer lawyer is also not permitted to decide on their own to hold back money to complete any repairs, unless the contract says so. In my experience, sellers rarely agree to any clause in an agreement that permits a buyer to hold back money, for example, to make sure that the seller has completed any required repairs before closing. The problem is that in practice, buyers will typically say that they are not satisfied with the repairs and the holdback money cannot be released to anyone.

3. Here is my advice to settle repair or damage issues: get an estimate for the damage and then have your lawyer send it to the seller lawyer, offering to just settle the matter by the seller either fixing the problem before closing or the seller providing a credit equal to the estimate and the buyer fixes it themselves after closing. I am usually able to work this out with seller lawyers before closing. Unfortunately, if there is no settlement, there is no automatic right to hold back money and the buyer will be required to sue the seller in Small Claims Court after closing to get their money back. This is not a good solution for anyone, because of the time it takes to go to court to resolve this. Be reasonable and solve your problem.

4. What if the oven breaks down 2 days after closing? Unfortunately, the way the contract is written, the buyer does not get an extended warranty. The seller will typically only warrant that appliances and home systems will be working on closing, not after closing. Make sure that even if you are not moving in until a few days after closing that you go to your home immediately after closing and check to make sure that everything is working properly. If anything is not working or there is a damage, have your lawyer immediately contact the seller lawyer the next day about your issue. Also consider buying after sale insurance protection to cover your home systems and appliances. Canadian Home Shield is a company that offers this type of protection at a reasonable price.

5. Little things matter. If your seller is removing a chandelier, make sure they are required to replace it with a standard light fixture so you do not walk into a dark home on closing. If your seller is removing a TV bracket from the wall, make sure that they are required to fill in any holes that are created. Make sure you are to be given 2 full sets of keys, FOBs if a condominium, garage door openers and mail box keys. If the agreement is silent, the seller may only get you one set and it is costly to obtain a duplicate set, in most cases.

When you understand the rules about chattels and fixtures and properly protect yourself, you should be able to minimize any problems that arise after closing.

Source: RealProperty & Mark Weisleder LLB

 

 

Condo Pro: The Investment of a Lifetime

By Barbara Lawlor

A substantial percentage of our clients at Baker Real Estate Incorporated buy condos as an investment to add to their financial portfolio. Real estate remains one of the soundest investments anyone can make. In fact, many people feel more comfortable investing in the tangible asset of a condominium rather than stocks and bonds. Historically, those who ride out the lows of occasional real estate cycles do well in the long run. A lot of our investors are international buyers who recognize the value in our spectacular condos. They come from all over the world and from a wide variety of backgrounds and cultures.
From their point of view, they know that we have thousands of newcomers to the GTA each year, and they all need a roof over their head. Many begin by renting, so the demand for rental condominium suites promises to remain strong for years to come. We even see bidding wars going on for rental accommodations.
The point is that purchasing a condominium suite with the intention of renting it out is a viable financial strategy. Considering bang for the buck, you get a lot for the price per square foot when you go condo. In addition, condominiums are bound to increase in demand across the GTA as our strong immigration continues and the price of low-rise homes rises even more. Renters know that the amenities and landscaping in a condo will be kept up well, and that with many owners living in the building, their neighbours will take care of their homes. This is a win-win situation.
Here are a few tips for making the most of your decision to buy a condo as an investment.
· Buy early in the marketing/sales process to get the best price.
· Buying early usually means delivery dates are between three and six years, and many buyers make money and earn equity before occupancy.
· Today’s condos are typically built close to transit nodes and have amenities within walking distance, as well as beautiful amenities right in the buildings. Be sure to select a convenient location.
· Most investors select from the builder’s standard finishes, which are gorgeous today. A lot of the new suites come with hardwood or laminate flooring in the main living areas because so many people have allergies today. Think neutral with choosing, as these finishes appeal to a broader target market.
· When you consider the kind of suite to purchase, look carefully at the difference in price between a one-bedroom and one-plus-den. Often, the ability to charge more for rent for a unit with a den outweighs the extra amount at purchase. The den really opens up your market for renters, as it can be used as an office, or a second bedroom with a Murphy bed in it. In essence, these become junior two-bedroom suites. And if the suite has two bathrooms, all the better, especially if a couple students are sharing the space. If your pocketbook can handle only one bedroom, it is still a wise investment choice as a starter rental. These suites are rented are filling a major void in today’s market.
· Be sure to buy from a reputable builder with a track record for success with striking condominiums in amazing locations. I am happy to say that you have excellent choices in Toronto and beyond.
If you choose to live in the condominium you buy, your suite can still be considered an “investment” in two ways: in your quality of life and your peace of mind. Condos save time with so many amenities close by and maintenance taken care of by the Condominium Board. In addition, it is comforting to come home to a building where you know the concierge has a vigilant eye-on-the-street and security monitors for areas like underground parking.
However you slice it, buying a condominium is a great idea for anyone, investor or end-user, of any age – and the sooner, the better!
Source: Toronto Star.
 

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365 Church Condos

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365 Church St Condos will be a 30-storey residential building comprised of a 3-storey podium and a 27-storey tower. The building would include 322 residential units consisting of 28 studio units (9%), 184 one-bedroom units (57%) and 107 two-bedroom units (33%). The remaining 3 units (1%) are 2-storey, two-bedroom grade related townhouse units along McGill Street. 365 Church Condos also includes 218 square metres (2,346.5 square feet) of ground floor retail space.

365 Church will include 161 car parking spacing in five levels of underground parking, and 225 bicycle parking spaces with 180 for residents and 45 for visitors.

365 Church Condos includes 601 square metres (6,469 square feet) of indoor amenity space on the third floor of the building, with an adjoining 122.6 square metres (1,313 square feet) of outdoor amenity space on the roof of the west side of the podium along Church Street.

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Karma Condominiums

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At Yonge & College

Karma Condos is a 52 storey building located at the prime Yonge & College intersection. CentreCourt Developments has partnered with Lifetime Developments to co-develop a multi-use high-rise residential condominium at 21 Grenville Street.

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The Karma Condos is centrally located in downtown Toronto and is within walking distance of Toronto’s major employment districts, Ryerson University, Yonge Street shopping and numerous restaurants. The city’s major hospitals and University of Toronto are also within close proximity. Public transportation is in immediate proximity with the Yonge subway within one block of the site.

FEATURES & FINISHES

It’s all good. Living at the center of the city, happens to come with style. This statement if perfect urban living is designed by the vulnerable architectural firm aA. The lobby, amenities and modern interior designers at Cecconi Simone. Enter KARMA Condos.

KARMA AMENITIES

  • Fitness Centre/Steam Rooms: weight rooms, cardio equipment, yoga area and a spa-inspired change room facility with his and hers steam rooms
  • The Social: A Party room with a bar, projection screen, modern fireplace, and private dining room with a servery
  • Players Club: a pub-like bar with felted poker table, billiards and table-tennis
  • Rest Rooftop Terrace: an open-air outdoor terrace with lounge, canopy seating and BBQ facilities
  • Additional Amenities: Screening Room, Sound Room, Station K – Gaming Room

KARMA THE BUILDING

  • 24 hour, 7 day a week concierge
  • Security coded access fob for all residents
  • Concierge monitored underground parking
  • Two guest suites provided for residents’ use
  • Individual suite hydro metering
  • Environmentally controlled rainwater harvested for irrigation
  • Underground parking with security monitoring from concierge station
  • 4 custom-designed high-speed elevators serving all amenity and residential floors
  • Mailroom conveniently located beside front lobby

KARMA SUITES

  • A wide variety of unit types and sizes with ceiling heights of 9’ (excluding areas with dropped bulkheads)
  • Floor-to-ceiling glazing/window systems
  • Choice of designer selected engineered wood flooring in entry, corridor, kitchen, living/dining areas and bedrooms, from builder’s standard samples
  • Custom designed solid core entry door with security view-hole
  • Smooth finished ceilings throughout.
  • Contemporary sliding doors and/or swing doors to balcony, as per plan
  • TV/Telephone outlets in principal rooms
  • Thermostat controlled heating and cooling
  • Built-in smoke/heat detectors and in-suite water sprinkler system
  • In-suite controlled energy efficient air-conditioning   and energy recovery ventilation system
  • All suites protected under the TARION Warranty Coporation
  • Front loading stacked washer and dryer

KARMA KITCHENS 

  • Contemporary kitchen cabinetry custom designed by Cecconi Simone in a variety of materials and colours, from builder’s standard sample
  • Choice of natural or composite stone countertops from builder’s standard samples
  • Choice of glass backsplash from builder’s standard samples
  • One capped ceiling outlet, as per plans
  • Stainless steel under-mount sinks with integrated pull-out faucet head
  • Energy Star hidden cabinet covered refrigerator
  • Energy Star 24″ smooth top drop-in electric cook top
  • Energy Star 24″ stainless steel oven
  • Stainless steel microwave oven
  • Hidden cabinet covered dishwasher
  • Stainless steel hood fan with integrated halogen lights

KARMA BATHROOMS

  • Contemporary bathroom cabinetry, custom designed by Cecconi Simone, in a variety of colours and materials, from builder’s standard samples
  • Choice of natural or composite stone countertops, from builder’s standard sample
  • Choice of porcelain flooring, from builder’s samples
  • Designer top-mounted sink
  • White soaker tub with chrome faucets, as per plan
  • Glass shower stall with chrome fixtures, as per plan
  • Chrome accessory package including towel bar and toilet paper holder, where applicable.

Karma Condos Price List

*As per plan from Vendor’s Samples. Please see a Sales Representative for details.
*Prices and promotions are subject to change without notice.
 
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The Hub Condos

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Live Life on Tomorrow’s Fast Lane. Make the Switch. With its uptown edge, this new residential development by award-winning Empire Communities will play a key role in this Eg-West area’s entire renewal. With condo suites, new neighbourhood-friendly shops, services, and the Eglinton Crosstown LRT right at your front door, where else would you rather be? First in can take advantage of the good-value combination of a yet-to-be-discovered neighbourhood. Get connected to The Hub.

Price list and Floor Plans Available Upon Request!

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The Hub Condos located at the corner of Eglinton and Oakwood, 1603 Eglinton is currently the site of a single-storey commercial building. Empire Communities is planning build a 16-storey condominium with some retail space integrated into the ground floor.

Starting from the low $200’s

Important Message: In order for an investor to take the most advantage of Buying Pre-construction Condos is to buy before its open to the public. Prior to opening day of a new condo sales office to the general public, prices may have gone up. This will be an opportunity for you to invest in a unit at the lowest price possible before its open to the public. You can be one of the first purchasers to be invited to Platinum VIP Preview Sales Event long before the presentation centre opens to the public. This gives you an opportunity to have the first access to inventory, best pick at unit levels, floor plans, lowest price not available to the public and the ability to take advantage of Platinum VIP Condo Incentives the builder may offer.  This is a perfect opportunity at the Platinum VIP Price.

For more information and to register now for The Hub Condos Platinum VIP Preview Sales Event please fill out the form below, we can only bring limited customers into the Platinum VIP Sales Event, so pre-register now for priority access:

 

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