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
Federal finance minister Joe Oliver told a Senate committee Tuesday that he wouldn’t be discussing the prospect of a recession because he doesn’t believe there will be one.
Analysts have expressed concern in a new poll over the rising levels of debt held by Canadian households.
Atrium Mortgage Investment Corporation has announced that shareholders will be paid a monthly dividend for June of $0.07 per common share.
Canada’s “best place to live in”, according to a survey, is a small town of about 40,000 residents on the South Shore.
Competition for Canada’s existing detached properties are heating up as the benchmark price went soaring high 14.1 per cent in May compared to the numbers from a year earlier.
Banks and mortgage lenders that charge fees to make certain payments including some mortgage, loan and withdrawals are in the spotlight following complaints from consumers.
The Bloomberg Nanos index of Canadian consumer confidence has remained relatively stable for the week to May 29.
Scotiabank has appointed a new group head of Canadian banking.
Credit union and mortgage lender Meridian has opened its first office in Cambridge.
Defaults on mortgages insured by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation accounted just 0.34 per cent of its total book for the first quarter of 2015.