Will the rule changes imperil the future health of housing market?
With oil values rebounding – albeit slowly – from last year’s oil shock, many believed the Canadian real estate market had gotten off fairly scot-free, but a new report suggests the greatest impact is yet to come.
The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation will stay as a federal agency, at least for the next ten years.
One of Canada’s largest independent mortgage services firms has released its latest report on the commercial mortgage market.
David Wolf of Fidelity Investments says that the Bank of Canada may end up slashing interest rates to zero in the next 6 to 18 months.
It’s an opinion brokers may not necessarily agree with, but one influential public policy think-tank believes concerns about household debt are overblown.
There is often truth in sarcasm, as might be evidenced by one reader's opinion on a controversial referral practice.
CMHC released a fact sheet detailing what brokers need to know to better inform their clients about CMHC’s upcoming premium hike.
Canadian consumers may be carrying record levels of debt but they are doing so responsibly.
While banks and mortgage lenders have been compelled to tighten lending requirements for new home loans to avoid charges of risky lending from the regulators, there has been a change in the employment landscape.
A greater number of Canadians are struggling to find homes for which can afford mortgage or rent payments as more areas have become less affordable.