Think tank crunches mortgage stats, urges policy makers to take a close look at mortgage habits and the impact of interest rates
The Conference Board of Canada predicts that we’ll all have a little more money in our pockets in 2015.
While some brokers prefer one over the other, it's often best to evaluate on a client-by-client basis, says one player.
The hot market often blamed for a potential housing bubble has recorded record sales numbers once again, indicating that if said bubble exists it may only be getting bigger.
Bad bosses come in many types, but the symptoms are often similar; they create teams that are disorganized, unmotivated, and afraid to give input.
Hundreds of Vancouver homes are worth hundreds of thousands of dollars less now than they were a few months ago.
The economy will grow by around a quarter of a per cent less in 2015 due to the low price of oil.
Developers are looking to add variety into the commercial sector with developments that offer something different from the norm.
The Revenue Agency admits that its communications are in need of an overhaul after an internal study found that its staff recognize that the agency’s letters are often confusing.
With the overnight rate expected to see its first hike since 2010 in the near future, brokers may take a lesson from one expert who admits he made a mistake when picking his own mortgage.
Conversation on MortgageBrokerNews.ca evolved from a discussion about underwriting exceptions to one about monolines vs. big banks and two brokers discussed their individual reasoning for supporting one or the other.