As of June 2020, there were 41,900 residential mortgage
transactions, which was a decrease from the 45,500 transactions
in 2019 and 45,100 transactions in 2018. There was however
an increase in the number of mortgage registrations from
the previous month, which saw a volume of 39,400. While the
volumes are lower than the same time in the previous two years,
June experienced the most mortgage registrations so far in 2020.
As of May 2020, there were 38,800 residential mortgage transactions, which was a decrease from the 42,300 transactions in 2019 and 45,600 transactions in 2018. May is the first month in 2020 that experienced a decline in mortgage registrations compared to the same time in the previous year. While in April it appeared that residential mortgage transactions hadn’t been impacted by COVID-19, the drop in registrations in May seems to highlight the impact that the virus is starting to have on the market.
LendView™ offers easy to analyze dashboards using real estate data for mortgage
lenders and financial professionals in Ontario to help drive strategic business decisions.
It provides unique, comprehensive and up-to-date views of each lender’s strategic
positioning in the Ontario mortgage marketplace, as well as unique views of the entire
This edition will be the first part in a two-part feature focusing on the importance of the data that is available on title reports. Part 1 will have a specific focus on second charges registered on title. This report will explore trends relating to the volume and dollar amount of second charges that have been registered in Ontario since 2010. We will look at data from the past nine years and analyze property types with second charges and geographic information to gain further insight into title activity across the province.
We are pleased to share with you the sixth edition of the Teranet Market Insights Report. This report delivers a comprehensive
analysis and new insights on the real estate market in Ontario and includes data compiled by our data scientists.
In this edition, we are focusing on the activity of first-time home buyers in Ontario. We will explore buying patterns in both
the condo and non-condo markets as well as how activity differs in regions across the province. This report will look at data
from the past seven years and analyze demographic information to gain further insight into first-time home buying activity
amongst different age groups.
The first Market Insights Report of 2019 is now available. These quarterly reports aim to provide you with comprehensive analysis and new insights on the real estate market in Ontario and includes data compiled by our data scientists.
In this edition, we focus on the impact of the stress test implemented in 2018. We’ve explored how it affected mortgage activity and the market share of Ontario’s lending institutions. In addition, this report looks at data from the past seven years and analyzes demographic information.
The Teranet Automated Valuation Model (AVM) produces current market estimates for residential properties across Canada using advanced mathematical modeling and Teranet’s national property information database.