Canadian household debt hit record high at end of last year, CMHC says

These tables give housing finance professionals an overview of mortgage and consumer debt activity in Canada, the provinces and CMAs. This includes data on mortgage holders and lenders, performance, average payments, arrears, foreclosures, credit scores, consumer debt and mortgage insurance.

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Undeterred by a weakening economy and warnings to curb their borrowing, Canadians pulled out their credit cards and piled on more debt at the end of last year. rising levels of household debt,

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Video: Majority of Canadians live paycheque-to-paycheque The federal housing agency says the debt to income ratio of Canadians hit a record high of 178.5 per cent in the fourth quarter last year as mortgage holders continued to take on non-mortgage debt.

We juggle credit cards and car loans and postpone paying our home equity lines of credit, but that doesn’t help with our overall debt level, which hit a record high at the end of last year – we now.

If that happens, it would end a five-year stretch of sub-3 percent. More government debt and less private debt is also probably more stable in a world with record household debt and relatively low.

The federal housing agency says the debt to income ratio of Canadians hit a record high of 178.5 per cent in the fourth quarter last year as mortgage holders continued to take on non-mortgage debt. CMHC says debt levels rose as average balances for credit cards and lines of credit grew at a faster pace than in 2017, especially in Vancouver, Edmonton and Toronto.

Theory has it that Canadian. data suggested household debt-to-income ratios have jumped to record highs. "Household debt levels are at unprecedented levels relative to income – the level of.

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