BCREA 2014 First Quarter Housing Forecast Update

 

The British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA) released its 2014 First Quarter Housing Forecast Update today.

 

BC Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) residential sales are forecast to increase 4.8 per cent to 76,450 units this year, before increasing a further 7 per cent to 81,800 units in 2015. The five-year average is 75,400 unit sales, while the ten-year average is 84,400 unit sales. A record 106,300 MLS® residential sales were recorded in 2005.

 

"Housing demand in the province has nearly fully recovered from the 2012 downturn,” said Cameron Muir, BCREA Chief Economist. “Over the next year, BC will be the beneficiary of more robust global economic growth, led by a resurgent US economy and a favourable exchange rate. The resulting boost in employment will help underpin the housing market."  

 

"Home prices are not expected to climb much higher than the overall inflation rate as housing starts are expected to keep pace with consumer demand, added Muir. The average MLS® residential price is forecast to increase 1.8 per cent to $547,300 this year and a further 1.7 per cent to $556,800 in 2015.

 

To view the full BCREA Housing Forecast Update, click here.

 

For more information, please contact:

Cameron Muir

Damian Stathonikos

Chief Economist

Director of Communications and Public Affairs

Direct: 604.742.2780

Direct: 604.742.2793

Mobile: 778.229.1884

Mobile: 778.990.1320

Email: cmuir@bcrea.bc.ca

Email: dstathonikos@bcrea.bc.ca

 

 

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An update on mortgage interest rates from my colleague Pauline

 

To learn more about Pauline please click on her picture:

 

Pauline Tonkin

 

Last week there was news that the banks had dropped their fixed rates.  In fact they were simply reducing their rates to match those of non-bank lenders which have been in place since last fall.

 

5 year fixed rates now settling around 3.35% or a bit lower but some lenders still around 3.39% or higher.  So there is a spread and different rates available depending on the client application.  If we have business for self or rental income we can be competitive with options they may not be able to get with their current lender--- always good to have options for your clients.

 

On the variable rate side we have seen an increase on discounts to P-.55% and may see that go a bit lower still.

 

For clients who have trouble qualifying but have sufficient down payment--- we are seeing very solid rates on the B side lending around the mid 4% range which is really great.

 

As always, I am happy to talk to any clients who need to understand their financing options.  Take care and have a great week!

 

 

 

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Honey Stop The Car!

 

I've just listed a beautiful, bright custom-built family home situated in West Abbotsford on a private green belt.  This beautifully arranged home comes with the privacy you have always wanted!

 

 

  • Over 4000 sqft of living space, this rare gem has so many wonderful features:
  • formal living room
  • dining room,
  • bright spacious kitchen
  • ideal family room
  • 8 Bedrooms
  • 4 bathrooms
  • 3 gas fire places
  • perfect master bedroom with a delightful bright ensuite with a large soaker tub that looks out over the private back yard
  • PLUS lots of windows
  • PLUS 2 car garage
  • PLUS a 2 bdrm above ground bright suite, gas fireplace, PLUS dishwasher

 

It's all about LOCATION!  This listing is close to the new High Street Mall, is minutes from the #1 Freeway, schools of every range (elementary, junior and senior high) as well as great recreational facilities.

 

Oh yes and did I mention it is still the original owners?

 

 

 

Click here to arrange for a private viewing, or call me at 604-832-8229 to make arrangements.

 

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BCREA ECONOMICS NOW -- Bank of Canada Interest Rate Announcement


 

The Bank of Canada announced this morning that it is maintaining its target for the overnight rate at 1 per cent.  In its statement, the Bank once again highlighted that inflation remains stubbornly below the Bank's 2 per cent target due to significant excess supply in the Canadian economy, as well as heightened competition in the retail sector.  The Bank now see inflation returning to target in about 2 years as the effects of retail competition dissipate and excess capacity is absorbed through faster economic growth. In its concluding paragraph, the Bank notes that although the fundamental drivers of inflation appear to be strengthening, inflation remains below target and downside risk to inflation have grown in importance. Most importantly, the Bank notes that the timing and direction of the next change in interest rates will depend on how new information influences the balance of risk between low inflation and elevated household imbalances.

 

There has been substantial speculation of late that if inflation remains near the bottom of the Bank of Canada’s 1-3 per cent control range over the next six months, then the next move by the Bank will be a rate cut rather than the rate-hike most economists have penciled into forecasts.  Indeed, the Bank’s messaging and guidance has been much more dovish of late, essentially reversing the unequivocal tightening bias at the Bank under Mark Carney.  The macroeconomic impact of the change in messaging is significant, prompting both a decline in long-term interest rates as well as a substantial decline in the dollar.  A result that is both welcome to a slow-growing Canadian economy as well as very likely engineered by policymakers. While we are not in the rate-cut camp (though that outcome is far more likely that it was six months ago), particularly with economic growth in the global economy set to dramatically improve, we believe that an eventual rate tightening is still far out on the horizon. 

 

For more information, please contact: 

Cameron Muir

Chief Economist

Direct: 604.742.2780

Mobile: 778.229.1884

 

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"For the 19th year in a row, Realtors from the real estate boards in Greater Vancouver, the Fraser Valley and Chilliwack and district collected enough donations of coats, blankets, sleeping bags and warm clothing to help more than 20,000 people during the annual Realtors Care Blanket Drive.

 

The Dr. Peter Centre, one of Vancouver’s recipient charities, offers health programs and long-term and supportive housing to individuals with HIV/AIDS requiring specialized care. Another regular beneficiary of the Blanket Drive is the Surrey Memorial Hospital’s Patient Resource Department. Every year, the hospital receives winter coats to give to patients who need them.

 

Volunteer Realtors pick up, sort and deliver donations dropped off by colleagues, clients, the public, corporations, retailers, community groups and schools. The drop-off locations are real estate offices spread across the region, between Whistler and Hope.

 

Since 1994, the Blanket Drive has grown to become the largest collection of its kind in the Lower Mainland. Over the years, the program has assisted more than 225,000 people."

 

Originally shared by REMOnline.com.

 

 

Extremely humbled and feeling grateful to be a part of this.

 

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Sands & Associates, BC's largest firm of licensed Trustees in bankruptcy and consumer proposal administrators, today released results of a study offering insight into BC's soaring consumer debt levels. As part of the second annual BC Consumer Debt Study, the 2013 report profiles trends and key information regarding the non-mortgage debt of British Columbians, specifically focused on markets throughout Vancouver and the Fraser Valley.

 

The study by Sands & Associates is the only BC-specific study to gather and analyze responses from more than 1,000 debtors throughout the province to better understand the factors pushing the population towards insolvency.

 

The 2013 BC Consumer Debt Study was conducted as a comparative look at consumer debt levels, causes of insolvency, and financial outlooks across three different generations of British Columbia's in-debt population. Study participants included debtors aged 30 and under ("Youth Generation"); debtors between the ages of 31 and 54 ("Mid-Life/Sandwich Generation"); and debtors aged 55 and older ("Pre-Retirement and Retirement Generation").

 

Results from the 2013 BC Consumer Debt Study highlighted the following trends:

--  An equal number of men and women struggle with debt - but the amount of
    debt increases drastically after the age of 40. 

--  BC consumers ages 31-54 hold the largest proportion of debt loads in the
    province.

--  Overextension of credit and unexpected expenses were the leading
    financial contributor to consumer debt.

--  46.6% of 31-54 year olds attempted to remedy their situation by working
    longer hours or an extra job before seeking help from a licensed
    Trustee.

--  Nearly 50% of Youth Debtors (widely criticized as entitled and self-
    indulgent) noted that they are holding off on major life events and
    would even consider a move out of province if it meant better earning
    opportunities to improve their financial situation.

Blair Mantin, VP of Sands & Associates adds, "There are greater issues at play here. While BC undoubtedly has a higher cost of living and earning opportunities that can't compete with Alberta - consumers are falling short. They are missing essential financial life skills to manage their credit and save. This study shows that even after credit reaches unmanageable levels, most attempt to remedy the issue themselves - often pushing them closer to insolvency."

 

Mantin advises those struggling with debt to speak with a Trustee for a free and confidential assessment of their available options. To determine your financial risk, simply calculate total non-mortgage debt and divide it by your monthly income (after tax, cash take-home pay). If debts are more than five times the monthly income, you are considered at-risk.

 

For more information on Sands & Associates and the 2013 BC Consumer Debt Study, visit www.sands-trustee.com. To read the full report in PDF format: https://www.sands-trustee.com/sands-associates-releases-second-annual-bc-consumer-debt-study/.

 

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It's still not too late ... to be excited and revved up and productive with your new year!  Yes, while it is the 17th already, and many of us have possibly already fallen off the wagon of new year's resolutions and such, it's not too late to start over, start again start today!

 

Here is a great article I found today that I want to share with you about the possibly of a great day, every day, when you start your day in these ways.

5 Morning Rituals to Keep You Productive All Day Long

7 minutes of exercise.Yep, not 10 -- just seven. Why? It's short enough that it won't impact the rest of your morning routine and long enough to shake off any residual sluggishness from the night before -- including that extra glass of wine.

 

There are endless fitness routines to turn to, but the one I like best is called the 7 Minute Workout (and yes, there's an app for that). In just seven minutes, it works all major muscle groups with 12 total exercises.


Start your day out green. Sure, we've all been told that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and it's pretty easy to reach for a bagel, bowl of cereal, egg sandwich or cup of yogurt to get your metabolism going.

While all of these options are fine choices once in a while, you'll be shocked at the morning lift you can get from a green smoothie. And healthy juicing requires less time in the morning than toasting a bagel and slathering it with low fat cream cheese.

 

I go quick and easy, blending (for about a minute): one apple, one banana, one orange, a handful of spinach, half of a cucumber, any juice or coconut water on hand, a few cubes of ice and some flax seed. It's cheap, easy and energizing.

 


Pick 3 wins for the day. While you're waiting for that smoothie to blend, get ahead of the evening's conversation

with your significant other -- you know, the one that starts, "How was your day?"

 

Decide on the three things that you'd like to accomplish in the next 12 hours in order for you to feel like the day was a success. Sure, not every day will be an epic win, but strategizing in this way will help to move the ball forward.

 

Block your calendar to achieve wins. One of the most common mistakes people make at the office is not turning to-do lists into time-bound, effective project lists. I've found that people who have mastered this hack are far more likely to deliver tasks on time.

 

It's simple: For each of the big things on your list, block off the amount of time on your calendar that you estimate the task might take -- and then add 33% more time just to be sure.

 

If a project is multi-day or has dependencies, break it up into digestible chunks. Use one block to plan and a second or third block to accomplish.

 

This simple method will help hold you accountable and immediately help you refocus on the tasks you've prioritized when you do get distracted. Too often, we let one distraction steamroll an entire morning -- now you don't have to let that client email derail you from your winning plan for the day.


Power up after lunch. Take the 15 minutes right after lunch to refocus on the day -- a kind of professional meditation. Get away from your computer, turn it off, go sit in a conference room and determine what you have on tap for the rest of the day.

 

Think about how the list you set in the morning is shaping up. Are you ahead of schedule? Behind schedule? You'll find that these 15 minutes help you identify how you got derailed, what's causing you distractions and help you to rediscover a rhythm to be productive all day long.

 

Give this simple formula a try for a week and I think you'll be pleased with the results. 

 
Here's to a more productive 2014!
 
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Here is the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver Year End Housing Market Update for December 2013 with REBGV President Sandra Wyant.

 

 

 

"Home sales quietly improved last year compared to 2012, although the volume of activity didn’t compare to some of the record-breaking years we experienced over the last decade", Sandra Wyant, REBGV president said.

“Home sales quietly improved last year compared to 2012, although the volume of activity didn’t compare to some of the record-breaking years we experienced over the last decade,” Sandra Wyant, REBGV president said. - See more at: http://www.rebgv.org/monthly-reports?month=December&year=2013#sthash.D21HeFGU.dpuf

 

For more news and statistics visit us at http://www.rebgv.org.

 

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