It’s been a long-time coming, but Ontario’s government has finally made good on its promise to address affordability in the province. Have your say
One major monoline lender is one step closer to becoming a federally regulated Schedule I Bank, with scheduled OSFI site meetings expected to be one of the last steps.
If they were arranging a mortgage today most Canadians would opt for a fixed-rate loan rather than risk volatility with a variable deal.
With the busy spring buying season kicking off mortgage lenders are keen to be seen as having the best deal but it’s not necessarily all about the rates.
With the trend towards more Canadians choosing to live downtown one of Canada’s most prolific building firms is following the crowd.
Miller Ingenuity CEO Steve Blue discusses what agency owners looking to brand or rebrand their business can learn from popular corporate efforts of the past.
Alberta’s new provincial budget was rife with tax increases, including those relating to real estate, but agents on the ground say those fee increases aren’t likely to really impact the market.
The broker who had his rate removed from RateHub.ca alleges he has also been barred from using the site in the future.
Brokers are poking holes in one analyst’s prediction that Canada’s housing market is in dire straits, accusing him of ignorance when it comes to Canada’s oil industry – and the economy’s reliance on it.
The Governor of the Bank of Canada Stephen Poloz has gone into damage control mode, defending the bold actions carried out by the BoC in January when it shocked the market with a rate cut.
The annual Canadian Mortgage Awards are set for May 22 at the Liberty Grand in Toronto and we’re continuing our finalist announcements.