Had former Prime Minister Stephen Harper not slashed $500 million from the RCMP’s budget to fight organized crime, money laundering through Canadian real estate wouldn’t be rampant today, charges a lawyer
CAAMP’s chief economist, Will Dunning, postulates the mortgage credit growth rate in Canada will slow down in the near future, citing a number of contributing factors.
It’s time once again to start thinking about who you’d like to see recognized for their outstanding efforts in the mortgage industry and what better way to do so than to nominate them for a Canadian Mortgage Award?
Renewing a home loan shouldn’t be too painful for the next six months according to a new report from The Canadian Association of Accredited Mortgage Professionals.
The majority of properties at the Parkside development on Calgary’s waterfront have sold within days; making it the most successful launch since the recession.
With a $12.5 billion deficit, Ontario may have to increase taxes in order to balance the books.
The $14 billion New Building Canada Fund was launched in April but critics say it has not been clear how to get some of the money and that has delayed the start of building projects this year.
One Canadian pot company has attained financing for its newest property, a deal which may signal a sea change in lender thinking about how they treat mortgage funding for legal grow-ups.
Attaining alternative financing in smaller housing markets can be difficult, according to one leading broker in the space, but there are workarounds that can be done to ensure your client gets the financing he needs.
Leadership is not about a ‘with or against’ mentality, but involves a variety of different dealings, writes one expert.
Experts have reiterated that the continued heat in the housing market is unsustainable.