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Canada Real Estate Investing - Weekly Roundup July 15, 2019
Last week we saw vacancy rates in Toronto rise (ever so slightly!), which might mean that rental rates will likely level off (and perhaps even come down… ever so slightly). Hamilton makes headlines again as we see the city becoming more of a metropolitan area with new condos that are very popular for young individuals and first-time buyers looking for low-cost city living when compared to Toronto. And we have great news for variable mortgage holders with Bank of Canada maintaining its interest rate!
You may have heard some of the recent reports stating that a good chunk of Toronto Condos have a negative carry; meaning the inward cash flow on a property—the money received from rent—does not cover the cost of mortgage and condo fees at the end of each month.
If you know what you’re doing, negative carry is hardly a concern.