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밴쿠버는 지고, 토론토는 뜰 것(The waning of Vancouver and the waxing of Toronto)
Altus Group의 분석에 의하면, 캐나다 주택수요는 곧 완화될 것 같지 않으며 지역별로 차별이 예상되는데, 밴쿠버지역은 높은 가격에 대한 부담으로 하향추세가 예상되고, 토론토는 신규 이민자 등 꾸준한 인구증가로 상승추세가 예상된다고 분석. GTA지역은 2018년 큰 가격 하락폭과 2018년 후반기 거래 회복 추세를 감안하면 가장 상승가능성이 높은 지역이며, 특히 외곽지역인 키치너/워털루지역이 강세를 보일 것이고, 콘도 구매력도 지속될 것으로 예상됨. 이러한 예상은 대출규제, 개발부담금 신설로 인해 부진했던 2018년을 상쇄할 수 있을 것임.
The waning of Vancouver and the waxing of Toronto
Demand for Canada’s residential property is definitely not slowing down any time soon, but this hunger will be less apparent in Vancouver this year, a new analysis from Altus Group warned. Last year proved to be less than stellar for Vancouver as it experienced a “remarkably constrained” supply of new homes. This trend will most likely last well into 2019, as the market is “exhibiting the most potential for downside risk,” Altus stated.
Taking into account increasing borrowing costs and higher construction costs, Vancouver will likely slow down in terms of sales this year. “A key challenge that has become more apparent as of late in Vancouver has been the price sensitivity of consumers, with higher priced projects, or those priced above the competition, experiencing below average sales rates,” Altus said.
Meanwhile, Toronto will enjoy a major boost from increased immigration numbers along with healthy population growth rates. “Markets in the Greater Golden Horseshoe, including the GTA, have the most upside potential for an increase in sales activity in 2019 given the depth of the decline in 2018 and building off of the sales recovery noted in the back half of 2018,” Altus explained in its outlook for this year. Ontario’s markets outside the GTA, particularly Kitchener-Waterloo, will also continue to see housing strength. Condo affordability will carry over from last year, which will help attract more hopeful home-owners.
All of these are expected to offset Ontario’s relatively subdued 2018, in which the market cooled noticeably due to B-20 and new development charges.
by Ephraim Vecina www.canadianrealestatemagazine.ca