The government appears to have ignored the industry’s call to curb mortgage rule tweaking until last round’s impact is fully realized
Donald Trump’s top advisor is incredibly bullish on Canada’s housing market – but only in the long-term.
Brokers can expect stable housing markets for the rest of the year with starts expected to moderate in 2015 and 2016 according to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC).
The hundreds of industry professionals attending this year’s Canadian Mortgage Awards got in on the action by live-Tweeting the event – and these are some of the highlights.
Brokers can officially breathe a sigh of relief regarding mortgage rule tightening, according to the Finance Minister. At least for now.
It was a bold – and disputed -- claim when he first made it over a month ago, but one former BoC advisor is once again predicting rates will drop to zero.
Confident condo investors believe the good times will roll on in these two major markets.
The Bank of Canada will announce its latest decision on interest rates this Wednesday morning at 10am but analysts are fairly united on their forecasts.
Canada’s largest banks and mortgage lenders are preparing to report their latest financial results and the expectation is that they will show growth once more, although perhaps fairly moderate.
Bob Rennie, the ‘condo king’ of Vancouver says that there should be a new tax on those who speculate on the property market.
It’s not just sports milestones measured in three – with one broker clinching the industry’s triple crown at this year’s Canadian Mortgage Awards.