A number of changes were introduced in Ontario’s Fair Housing Plan. It was expected that there would be a huge splash in the market. Well, the latest numbers released by The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) have an interesting story to tell. What you need to remember is that the changes were expected to discourage house flipping practices.
On April 20, 2017, the Ontario Provincial Government released the Ontario Fair Housing Plan. The 16-point plan was introduced by the Premier of Ontario as a, "comprehensive package of measures to help more people find affordable homes, increase supply, protect buyers and renters and bring stability to the real estate market."
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RAHB data also showed that the average home price in its jurisdiction ticked up by 0.9% annually in May, settling at $593,702. By asset class, condo values shot up 8.3%, and townhouse prices grew by 3.7%.
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How the Ontario Fair Housing Plan will impact the market this year and in 2018. RBC now expects home sales across the province to total 228,900 this year, down 5.7 per cent from 2016’s tally. In RBC’s forecast, this will be followed by 213,000 transactions next year, an annual decline of 6.9 per cent.
Ontario price variances illustrate the Fair Housing Plan’s impact Two years since the Fair Housing Plan was introduced, home prices in markets throughout Ontario have seen significant ups and downs, according to a new Zoocasa analysis.
On April 20, 2017, Ontario’s Fair Housing Plan was announced by the current Ontario government in an attempt to cool the housing market and make housing more affordable, particularly in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). It has been widely reported that the average purchase price for all types of homes in the GTA has dropped significantly since the announcement.
The Ontario government says recent home-sales data suggests its Fair Housing Plan is improving affordability in the province, but not all market observers are showing the same support for the 16-point policy move first announced this April. "While experts agree that it is too soon to tell,
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