Justin Da Rosa is a journalist with Canadian Mortgage Professional.
It’s a small segment that punches above its weight, and it’s causing a lull in business for brokers in one major city
Core inflation is nearing a seven-year high, but should that prompt the government to consider raising the overnight rate? Economists seem to think so
A lawyer in one of Canada’s busiest housing markets is confirming a trend that costs some monoline clients more in legal fees, and he argues it’s up to his industry to change that
Canada’s biggest bank has released its forecast for home sales in 2015 – what can brokers expect for the rest of the year?
It’s long been a point of speculation, but it’s now a verifiable reality for some clients saddled with higher legal fees because they used a monoline
An international economic ratings agency reaffirms its position that Canada’s housing market is headed for a soft landing – and that’s actually reason for optimism
Falling home prices are causing issues for clients looking to refi in a market more accustomed to price hikes
A recent lender acquisition has renewed concerns that more amalgamation could be in store, and brokers fear it could be a big bank doing the buying