Past CMA winners share experiences about how a Canadian Mortgage Award helped increase business and boost their reputations: “Winning a CMA is huge in the industry. It’s like the Oscars of the mortgage world”
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.
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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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New figures from the CMHC show a cooling in house building in August with new starts falling for the first time in five months.
The Bank of Montreal has dropped the rate of its 5-year fixed mortgage to 2.99 per cent, down from 3.29 per cent.
Vancouver is seeing growth in high end home sales despite predictions that there would be a slowdown when the federal government scrapped its foreign investors plan.
The CMHC is looking at a formula that would force banks to pay a deductible on mortgages insured by the crown corporation before claims are settled.