Christian Deane Real Estate Sales Representative
Christian Deane

Christian Deane

direct 647.799.1927

office 905.338.3737

Canadian Mortgages
12/13/2017 New OSFI Stress Test Set to Limit National Home Price Appreciation to 4.9% in 2018 - Impact of new stress test expected to be contained to first half of 2018 for most major markets - Still risk of high price appreciation in Greater Toronto Area and Greater Vancouver as chance of market correction fades - Compounding policies could have unintended consequences for struggling housing markets See Details
10/12/2017 Expanding Regional Economies to Lift Home Prices in Canada’s Major Markets - Toronto to have a shorter housing correction than seen in Vancouver - Tighter access to mortgage financing and eroding affordability in Vancouver and Toronto have more buyers shifting their focus to condominiums, putting upward pressure on price appreciation - Rising interest rates and a strong Canadian dollar support more moderate home price appreciation See Details
6/20/2017 Canada’s Recreational Property Markets See Price and Sales Volume Increases in Majority of Markets Greater Toronto Area and Greater Vancouver residential market trends seep into B.C. and Ontario recreational property markets Alberta continues to post the highest average recreational property prices, due to limited supply and increasing demand around major city centres See Details
4/18/2017 Canada’s Two Largest Real Estate Markets Head in Opposite Directions in the First Quarter of 2017 Over-heated Toronto market boils over into adjacent regions -- Market slows in Vancouver, yet signs point to early rebound See Details
1/26/2017 Modern boutique condos in lovely Leslieville See Details
1/22/2017 Via Bloor Condos Suites at Tridel’s just launched Via Bloor condos now available. See Details
1/17/2017 New Ontario LTT Rebate Land Transfer Tax Rebate doubled for first-time home buyers See Details
1/12/2017 Moving Away from the Regional Extremes of Real Estate Feast and Famine National home price appreciation experiences significant growth in the fourth quarter of 2016 Greater Vancouver projected to see a home price correction in 2017, while double-digit price appreciation expected to continue in the Greater Toronto Area See Details