MortgageBrokerNews.ca becomes the first industry publication to be audited by a third party
Insurance premiums are rising faster in Alberta than in the rest of Canada due to the proliferation of freak weather conditions.
Canada Post is planning to roll out community mailboxes nationwide but a document leaked to the Financial Post reveals that they may damage house prices.
The level of housing starts in the US slowed in August but revised figures for July show there is improvement in the market.
Uncertainty looms in Scotland’s mortgage market, as the Scots will vote today whether or not to split from the UK. Industry experts say major mortgage companies are prepping to restrict lending in the event of a “Yes” vote.
New figures show the extent of price increases for Vancouver’s highest-value properties, the top 1 per cent.
Chinese property giant Greenland Holding Group has made its first investment purchase in Canada following high profile acquisitions in London and New York.
The sale of commercial real estate over $100 million is fairly non-existent in Vancouver currently.
With our busy lives we strive for things to be easy and that will often apply to mortgage renewals too.
Brokers may be happy to see one big bank executive go, but they likely won’t fall for his parting words about the need for tighter lending rules to help rein in consumer debt.
MortgageBrokerNews.ca has been named a finalist for the 2014 Canadian Online Publishing Awards, receiving the nod in the Best News Coverage category for B2B magazines for its coverage of Kevin O’Leary’s exit from the broker industry.