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Toronto home sales surge by | 2009-11-05 10:28:54 AM

Sales of existing homes in Toronto area have recorded a massive 64% increase in October compared to the same month last more

A civic state of mind by | 2009-10-30 5:00:45 AM

After what some would consider a lifetime in the broker industry, Ed Dooley says says he only has retirement, his grandchildren and golf on the mind. But as CMP finds out, there is a lot more to him than just thatread more

Canadians more diligent savers in '09, survey says by | 2009-10-28 10:27:41 AM

More than half of Canadian workers have changed their spending habits and reduced their debt in 2009, according to the Sun Life Financial Canadian Unretirement Index released more

Canadians willing to cut vacations, work second jobs to stay in homes: Genworth by | 2009-10-28 10:22:46 AM

Close to 70 per cent of renters in Canada said they would be willing to delay major purchases and more than half would give up vacations to own their own home, according to Genworth Financial Canada's most recent First-Time Homebuyer's more

Bridgewater Bank by | 2009-10-24 12:00:00 AM

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Commercial market back on track by | 2009-10-22 1:20:13 PM

Canada's commercial mortgage market has changed drastically over the last two years, with appetite for certain sectors completely drying up and lending guidelines drastically tightening. All that seems to be on the way out, however, as recent signs point to a more

Where have all the B lenders gone? by MBN | 2009-10-22 5:54:58 AM

With Wells Fargo the latest non-prime lender to fall off the mortgage map, Erin Letson talks to remaining alternative lenders to see what they're offering the alt-A set of clients and how they're mitigating risk read more

Milevsky re-ponders variable rates by | 2009-10-08 11:40:12 AM

Although York University professor Moshe Milevsky still believes variable rate mortgages save customers money in the long run - something that his well-known 2001 study showed - he said current market conditions means there is more risk involved in these types of more