Justin Da Rosa is a journalist with Canadian Mortgage Professional.
Don’t blame TD for being the first to act, argues one veteran, but do expect further interruption to the industry that will make mortgages more expensive for the consumer
The regulator was successful in its application to protect investors involved with one syndicated mortgage case
Broker fears were confirmed Tuesday, with one big bank raising its prime rate less than a month following new mortgage rules
The developer, which has found itself embroiled in a number of claims related to syndicated mortgages, claims there are no basis for the proposed class action suits
Vancouver’s foreign buyer tax is encouraging those investors to look outside the lower mainland, according to one report
The fear following Vancouver’s 15% foreign sales tax was that those buyers would be pushed to Toronto. Has that happened?
The Crown Corporation finalized its latest forecast prior to the announcement of the recent mortgage rule changes – but would those changes have altered its outlook?
Intended or not, the Department of Finance’s recent rule changes have opened the door for big banks to influence the market, according to one economist
One of Canada’s largest banks has opined on the impact the portfolio insurance changes will have on mortgage rates
The Bank of Canada is not entirely sure how much the new mortgage rules will slow the housing market, despite releasing forecasts in its Monetary Policy Report