Mortgage Broker News announces the winners from the 12th annual Canadian Mortgage Awards in Toronto
While it still leads Canada’s economies the falling oil prices are a concern for Alberta’s energy fuelled economy.
A Toronto couple are planning what many empty-nesters do, downsize from their family home now that the kids are all grown up.
New research suggests monolines continue to lose ground to the banks in an area that brokers now identify as the single-most important factor in originating deals.
As if brokers weren’t leery enough about deals involving former grow-ops, here’s another note of caution.
The federal government’s concerns about Canadian household consumption run amok may be much ado about nothing, with a leading economist identifying a newfound focus on paying down mortgages.
Despite a positive year-over-year result, national home sales were down in September; the first monthly decline since January.
The rise in house prices has begun to ease according to the latest survey from Royal Le Page.
A new report from CIBC World Markets suggests that Canada’s homeowners are paying down their mortgages faster than thought.
Canada’s housing market – including condo sales – is off to a solid start this fall, with new data pointing to a near-11 per cent rise in sales for September compared to a year ago.
Housing starts trend surged back to 197,747 in September, up from 191,095 in August.