The Moody's report determined how Canadian banks would fare should a housing collapse, like the one that catalysed the Great Recession, occur here
One big bank is crediting its employee financing campaign with helping to drive impressive mortgage growth
One broker has carried out analysis of closing documents and come up with tangible reasons for why some monoline files saddle clients with extra fees
One province’s homeowners are turning more and more to renters to help carry mortgage expenses
A growing number of files are being sent back by lenders with demands for additional information but with too little time to meet closing, argues one industry veteran
It’s a mortgage-related product brokers say they don’t have enough access to, and it’s one that has helped a Big-Six bank chalk up impressive quarterly profits
One mortgage lender in Alberta has a question for an economics professor predicting the current recession will last longer than expected – what recession are you talking about?
New mortgage brokers are struggling with the ‘fear of being found out’ because the current system ‘throws them in the deep end’, says business author, ex-broker and National Finance Institute trainer Peter Heinrich
Canadian home prices are set to rise a little over 5 percent this year and 2 percent in 2016 despite a slowdown in activity as the economy weakens, a Reuters poll found.
BMO is the first to release its quarterly figures, in the process throwing industry expectations for mortgage growth in doubt
What sort of risk does the housing market pose to the overall economy? It depends who you ask, but the Bank of Canada has now had its say