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Guest column: Is a Virtual Assistant Right for You? by MBN | 2015-02-11 4:47:37 PM

Sitting in the coffee shop with a cooling cup of tea in front of me, I was waiting for my two o’clock meeting to show up. It was 2:15. read more

Almost half of Canadian credit card holders have debt by Jamie Henry | 2015-02-11 12:32:13 PM

A poll by the Bank of Montreal found that 46 per cent of Canadians who hold a credit card have debt on the account. read more

Rate cut talk gathers pace by Jamie Henry | 2015-02-11 7:12:21 AM

More experts are joining the voices calling for a further cut in interest rates when the Bank of Canada announces its decision next month.read more

CMHC answers the privatization question by Justin da Rosa | 2015-02-09 5:19:21 PM

CMHC pared down its offerings in 2014, which led many to wonder about the potential for the crown corporation to privatize. CMHC CEO Evan Siddall recently weighed in on the speculation.read more

Homes near coffee shops sell better by Jamie Henry | 2015-02-09 3:35:01 PM

Decades ago experts on the science of home selling included having a pot of freshly-brewed coffee ready when potential buyers came for a viewing as the smell gave a homely impression.read more

Broker outlook for 2015/2016 by Justin da Rosa | 2015-02-07 12:29:09 PM

What can brokers expect in the near future? CMHC released its first quarter housing market outlook Friday and in it forecasted housing start moderation in 2015 and 2016.read more

Which side of the debate do you fall on? by MBN | 2015-02-07 12:22:38 PM

The debate among brokers about minimum requirements to attain a mortgage continues... read more

Lower rates won’t increase chance of a crash says CMHC boss by Jamie Henry | 2015-02-07 12:21:38 PM

The CEO of the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation says that he does not expect to see a crash in the housing market as a result of the lower interest rates.read more