The channel lender announced its sale to the Montreal-based M3 Mortgage Group Thursday
The federal government has no plans to tighten mortgage rules again, said Finance Minister Jim Flaherty, cooling the speculation surrounding his meeting with the country’s leading economists yesterday.
A new reality show called Burn My Mortgage is debuting Tues. Oct. 5 on the W Network. The program puts overspending families through a series of physical challenges designed to show a mortgage isn’t a life sentence.
A Mississauga, Ont. man was charged with four counts of mortgage fraud over $5,000 each.
More than two-thirds of repeat homebuyers believe their next house purchase won’t be their last, according to a new survey by TD Canada Trust.
One in five Alberta repeat homebuyers are looking for houses they don’t plan to live in, according to a report released today.
Federal finance minister Jim Flaherty said Thursday he is not worried about the slowing house sales in some Canadian markets and isn’t planning to reverse mortgage restrictions made earlier this year.
Lenders repossessed more U.S. homes in August than in any month since the U.S. mortgage crisis began.
The 2009/2010 financials for the Canadian Association of Accredited Mortgage Professionals (CAAMP) has been examined more closely by canadianmortgagetrends.com.
The Bank of Canada raised its key interest rate another 25 basis points Wednesday morning, making it the third increase since June.
BMO dropped its five-year fixed "low frills" rate yet again from 3.79 per cent to 3.59 per cent.