We take a look at the stats
Finance minister Joe Oliver has tabled a bill to commit the federal government to a balanced budget, a move certain to become law with the Conservatives’ majority.
One broker believes clients now putting less than 10 per cent down will be more overleveraged than those who purchased with zero down.
A Genworth report highlighting the financial responsibility of first-time buyers appears to contradict the insurer’s move to increase costs for those buyers.
Toronto’s real estate market during the month of March was impacted by the oldest story in the book: that of limited supply and skyrocketing demand.
First-time buyers are increasingly getting help from parents to be able to buy a home.
The latest measure of Canadian consumer confidence has remained stable according to Bloomberg / Nanos Research.
The number of Americans buying homes in Vancouver is booming according to a new report.
An average $5-a-month hike to mortgage insurance premiums may seem inconsequential, but brokers believe the effect on homebuyer equity will prove disastrous.
CAAMP released its annual ethics complaint summary for 2014, and the vast majority of complaints were made against new CAAMP applicants.
A former mortgage administrator has been found guilty of fraud in a case that the Ontario Securities Commission is referring to as a “large-scale, sophisticated mortgage investment scheme” akin to a Ponzi scheme.