Dustan Woodhouse examines just how preposterous the recent mortgage rule changes were by comparing lending practices of big banks and monolines
On why the government so zealously targets mortgage debt while completely ignoring the consumer side
The industry has been going to bat for brokers and potential home buyers following last year’s mortgage rule changes; that continued last week with dozens of meetings, organized by Mortgage Professionals Canada, with government officials
The recently re-launched Canadian Mortgage Hangout aims to hold the industry accountable, and its latest segment focused on what the industry's largest association is doing to ensure the channel's voice is heard by the government
Foreign investment in Toronto is nearly negligible, according to a recent poll or real estate agents, but brokers aren't exactly sold
MorWEB is poised to become a much bigger player in the mortgage game; how do brokers – both DLC and others – feel about the purchase?
Hopeful home owners will have no choice but to settle for properties far cheaper than those they would normally prefer
Significant decline in October sales makes observers nervous about the Vancouver market’s near-future prospects
New rules burden middle-class would-be home buyers unnecessarily, says an observer.
The national association has announced its latest slew of directors