The impact of macroprudential housing finance tools in Canada
Jason Allen (),
Tom Roberts and
No 632, BIS Working Papers from Bank for International Settlements
This paper combines loan-level administrative data with household-level survey data to analyze the impact of recent macroprudential policy changes in Canada using a microsimulation model of mortgage demand of first-time homebuyers. Policies targeting the loan-to-value ratio are found to have a larger impact on demand than policies targeting the debt-service ratio, such as amortization. In addition, we show that loan-to-value policies have a larger role to play in reducing default than income-based policies.
Keywords: macroprudential policy; household finnance; microsimulation models (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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