Ontario’s request to the federal government to address housing affordability went largely ignored – but that means the province will likely take matters into its own hands
CAAMP’s annual fall mortgage industry report indicates that broker market share has fallen on a year-over-year basis, a large chunk of which has gone to the big banks.
Fear not, naysayers, the condo market may not be as overheated as some may lead you to believe; at least according to one big bank. But will this latest report be enough to force the bears into hibernation?
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Far from being oversupplied the condo market needs more units to cope with the immigration inflow.
The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation presented its outlook for the Toronto property market today and predicts no slow down in the rise of prices.
Businesses looking for property in the Metro Vancouver area are finding prices have increased substantially over the last two years.
With more construction taking place landlords in Halifax are concerned of oversupply in the office sector.
Brokers will now have another option for Alt-A mortgages, with one major lender announcing an alternative product that will target a brand new customer base.
CAAMP’s chief economist, Will Dunning, postulates the mortgage credit growth rate in Canada will slow down in the near future, citing a number of contributing factors.
It’s time once again to start thinking about who you’d like to see recognized for their outstanding efforts in the mortgage industry and what better way to do so than to nominate them for a Canadian Mortgage Award?