While some of the measures outlined this week in the federal government’s budget have been welcomed by the real estate industry, there is still room for criticism
The Canadian dream of owning a home is driving some to agree to exorbitant mortgage rates from the world of shadow lending.
Invis Mortgage Intelligence is preparing to celebrate 15 years in business next week and mortgage brokers, clients and staff will be joining in across Canada.
Royal Bank of Canada has announced that former Hydro-Quebec president and chief executive Thierry Vandal is joining the mortgage lender as a director.
Entrepreneur Arlene Dickinson has joined forces with Scotiabank to help drive awareness of financial prudency.
Although the conversation may prove difficult for many, a new survey shows that 51 per cent of Canadians expect to leave wealth for their children and other family when they die.
The Bloomberg Nanos Canadian Confidence Index has slipped lower again for the week to July 3.
The federal finance minister said Wednesday that with the current “fragile” state of the global economy Canada must “stay the course” of its monetary policy.
The TD Bank has donated $50,000 to the Canadian Red Cross to assist those affected by the wildfires in Western Canada.
Some economists may be calling for a recession but the federal finance minister has once again dismissed the assessment saying it’s too early to make that call.
Mortgage insurance should be separated from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation and moved into a new fund to protect taxpayers.