Windsor’s average property price has increased by more than $80,000 since last November

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The average price people are willing to pay for real estate in Windsor-Essex continues to skyrocket even as the COVID-19 pandemic rages on. In general, the average property price in the region has increased by nearly 25 per cent over the last year. “It has escalated lately,” Damon Winney, president of the Windsor-Essex County Realtor’s Association said. According to a  monthly report … Read More

A closer look at Canada’s off-the charts home sales activity in September

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By: Clayton Jarvis Last week, CREA released its housing data for September 2020, with the headline number being a nationwide year-over-year increase in sales of 45.6 percent. It’s a colossal figure, but one that makes little room for nuance. As many Mortgage Broker News readers are aware, there is no “Canadian housing market”, just a collection of distinct housing markets that happen … Read More

Franco Greco on what it takes to handle times of crisis

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By: Ephraim Vecina Franco Greco, senior vice president of loan origination and business development at NewDay, pointed to the robust fundamentals that comes from eight years of industry experience as what helped him manage his company across the challenges of 2020 – which includes the impact of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Steering one of North America’s leading mortgage lenders focused … Read More

Moody’s: Significantly lower home prices expected in several Canadian markets

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By: Ephraim Vecina While federal financial aid and mortgage deferrals have propelled some price growth recently, it will be only a matter of time before the full negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic works its way through the housing market, according to a new report by Moody’s Analytics. In its newest Canada Housing Market Outlook, Moody’s said that the housing market’s … Read More