Most Canadian mortgages are held by those with very good or excellent credit scores, a trend that has been moving higher since the third quarter of 2015
The level of households with a child under 16 where two adults are working has risen by 92 per cent since the mid-70s.
A case involving investors in a hotel and condo complex is due to begin in Ontario’s Superior Court Thursday.
Bank branches could be consigned to the history books as our dealings with banks and mortgage lenders increasingly switches to online platforms.
A body that represents Canada’s home builders is pushing the federal government for changes which would make building and buying a home easier.
Many Canadians want to improve their current financial standing but are unwilling to make sacrifices in order to do so.
While Apple Pay may grab the headlines there are other options available in the world of mobile payment solutions and CIBC has become the first Canadian bank to sign up to ‘suretap’ open wallet.
The affordability of homes across Canada was mostly unchanged in the first quarter of this year compared to the end of 2014.
The Bloomberg Nanos Canadian Confidence Index fell last week suggesting that consumers are still nervous about the economy against the backdrop of lower oil prices.
Scotiabank has appointed Tiff Macklem to its board of directors. Dr Macklem is the dean of the Rotman School of Management and is a former senior deputy governor and COO of the Bank of Canada.
The topic never goes away for long; the effect of foreign investors on Canada’s property market, particularly homes in Vancouver and Toronto.