A new report predicts mortgage rates will rise as much as two percentage points by early 2019 an increase that could put serious pressure on home affordability, and bring an end to soaring house prices in the Toronto and Vancouver areas. Borrowers should make sure they can face an average increase of approximately 2 per cent in mortgage rates over the medium term, economists at Desjardins noted in an analysis published Thursday. Homeowners shouldnt be caught off-guard if, in five years, the mortgage rates of less than three per cent currently being obtained by some borrowers have been replaced with rates closer to five per cent. They noted this is particularly important for borrowers who still have several renewals left on their mortgage. In its baseline scenario, Desjardins sees fixed-rate mortgages rising one percentage point between now and early 2019. And if the economy outperforms expectations, rates could rise by two percentage points by that time. No small matter While that may seem like a small increase, economists note that, with Canadian household debt at record highs, even a small increase in rates could put financial stress on many people. In an analysis last month, National Bank of Canada estimated that a one-percentage point increase in mortgage rates would add $388 to the monthly mortgage payment on an average house in Vancouver, and $369 to the average payment in Toronto. With the housing affordability problem in these markets being already acute, we doubt current home prices could resist such an interest rate hike, economists Mathieu Arsenault and Kyle Dahms wrote. The federal government is aware of the problem. It tightened mortgage rules last fall, requiring a stress test to ensure borrowers can handle their mortgage at the Bank of Canadas posted mortgage rate. It currently sits at 4.64 per cent, about 1.5 percentage points higher than the discount rates the banks are offering on five-year fixed-rate mortgages.
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