One big bank is sounding the alarm about recent and future mortgage policies
In what the company is referring to as a “first” for the industry, one mortgage network has launched a consumer-facing web portal.
Brokers will likely experience a number of inquiries about sub-three per cent mortgages in the coming days, following the return of one major bank’s 2.99 per cent five year fixed rate.
Great people throughout history often fail, quite miserably, before finally reaching their goals, says international business strategist Dan Waldschmidt, who highlights the importance of not giving up at the first set of hurdles.
The booming economy in Alberta could see the province building more homes than Quebec and the Maritime provinces combined.
The Bank of Montreal’s senior economist Sal Guatieri has questioned how long house prices can continue to increase without a corresponding growth in incomes.
A new initiative will give residents in one district of Vancouver more say over planning.
The number of homes selling for $1 million may be on the increase but would you pay that much for a parking space?
The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation is considering offloading some of its burden onto the banks by forcing them to pay a deductible on insured mortgages before claims will be paid out.
Sales dipped in in one market that has long been the driver of rapid growth in August, according to the latest statistics.
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