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The average selling price for a house in Toronto for the first half of February 2015 was $602,110, a 10.3 per cent increase compared to the average reported for the same period in 2014
There’s no slowdown in sales in Toronto according to new data.
The shadow lending market is growing as tighter regulations force the major banks into tighter controls.
Consumers are feeling less confident in the economy and real estate prices according to the latest Bloomberg Nanos Canadian Confidence Index.
Retirement is getting further away for more Canadians.
Brokers in one region of the country should expect some difficulty funding high ratio mortgages, after one mortgage default insurer has said it will more closely analyze applications from those clients going forward.
A new study, ten years in the making, will help brokers better advise clients who are interested in purchasing one of the most popular property types.
The decline of interest and prime lending rates have provided investors and other buyers with unique investment opportunities but with uncertainty still ahead, the question remains: Variable or fixed for your investor clients?
As competition in the mortgage market heats up smaller lenders including credit unions are offering better deals.
Alberta will dip into recession this year but it will be mild and short-lived according to a report from CIBC World Markets.