It appears that escalating housing prices have finally caught up with Vancouver
An average $5-a-month hike to mortgage insurance premiums may seem inconsequential, but brokers believe the effect on homebuyer equity will prove disastrous.
CAAMP released its annual ethics complaint summary for 2014, and the vast majority of complaints were made against new CAAMP applicants.
A former mortgage administrator has been found guilty of fraud in a case that the Ontario Securities Commission is referring to as a “large-scale, sophisticated mortgage investment scheme” akin to a Ponzi scheme.
Canada’s largest private mortgage insurer says it is matching CMHC’s increase in premiums for the highest risk loans.
A credit union in Vancouver is warning that the city’s detached family homes will cost an average of $4.4 million by 2030 is current trends continue.
There’s enough vacant land in Edmonton to house at least 7,700 people according to the latest report on the city’s older neighbourhoods.
Manulife Bank, one of Canada’s biggest mortgage lenders and mortgage insurance providers, has announced an annual online client survey where they may win $500.
The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. announced it will increase insurance premiums for those homeowners with less than 10 per cent down and players expect the move to impact one type of client in particular.
Many brokers scoff at bank “relationship pricing” but at least one professional believes they are creating a more informed public: Which will benefit the broker channel.
One private insurer has quickly followed CMHC’s lead and upped its rates