While a slight upswing in the Lower Mainland’s housing market is, without a doubt, good news, a Central 1 Credit Union report suggests tapered expectations
It was a busy week for FSCO and brokers are applauding the commission's efforts.
One major lender has taken to the radio to spread the word about its Equityline Visa product, a value-add for brokers looking to diversify their product offerings.
MCAP will soon launch a new mortgage option for its clients, making them the first monoline lender offering a mortgage deal that could spare investors and homebuyers a blow to their credit scores.
Among the many Black Friday bargains on offer today, a mortgage broker announced a 24 hour promotion on home loans with a rate of just 2.59 per cent for a 5-year-fixed rate mortgage and 2.05 per cent for a variable rate.
Toronto has dropped out of the top 10 most reputable cities in the world after almost hitting the top spot a year ago.
The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation has released its third-quarter financial results.
Owners of condos should check their liability in the event of flooding.
A Brampton mortgage agent will spend the next 12 months behind bars after pleading guilty to fraud over $5,000, and the case has mortgage brokers calling for single licensing.
In a one-on-one interview with MortgageBrokerNews.ca, one economist discussed the biggest issues facing brokers in 2015 as well as a forecast for the condo market over the next few years.
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