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”
Ottawa’s housing sector in 2011 is expected to be a model of stability but it won’t achieve the same post-recession buzz that pushed average resale prices up 7.6 per cent this year.
The extraordinary financial meltdown in 2008 and resulting recession demonstrated that in an age of economic and financial globalization, the design of public policy played a critical role in the events. Poor public policy created the conditions for the crisis, while good public policy shaped the exceptional actions to deal with it.
Dominion Lending Centres began airing its $2-million Don Cherry TV commercials on Saturday October 30 during NHL hockey games in six Canadian markets.
Coast Capital Savings launched a new product that the company says will give customers greater flexibility and control.
RBC Royal Bank announced that it is decreasing its residential mortgage rates effective November 9, 2010.
Canada’s housing market is moderately overvalued but is not in a bubble, according to BMO Nesbitt Burns.
Most Canadian homeowners are comfortable with their mortgage debt, according to the sixth annual State of the Residential Mortgage Market report from the Canadian Association of Accredited Mortgage Professionals (CAAMP).
The majority of first-time homebuyers in several large Ontario cities are moving into condominiums to avoid the high prices of single-family homes, a recent report has found.
Manitoba-based Assiniboine Credit Union introduced an Islamic mortgae earlier this year that sounds like it differs only in wording.
According to a recent Ipsos Reid survey, 56 per cent of Ontarians still mistakenly believe that the harmonized sales tax (HST) applies to the full purchase price of an existing home.