At 2.6% in March, British Columbia’s annual inflation rate doesn’t bode well for prospective home buyers in the Vancouver area
With our busy lives we strive for things to be easy and that will often apply to mortgage renewals too.
Brokers may be happy to see one big bank executive go, but they likely won’t fall for his parting words about the need for tighter lending rules to help rein in consumer debt.
MortgageBrokerNews.ca has been named a finalist for the 2014 Canadian Online Publishing Awards, receiving the nod in the Best News Coverage category for B2B magazines for its coverage of Kevin O’Leary’s exit from the broker industry.
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The outgoing boss of the Toronto-Dominion Bank says that Canada needs tighter lending rules to stem the high levels of consumer debt encouraged by the low interest rates.
In a few weeks time builders in Ottawa will be faced with increased municipal charges for their developments.
The Canada Revenue Agency has issued guidance to clarify when moving expenses can be offset against tax bills.
The National Association of Realtors in Florida has confirmed that Canadians are still the number one buyers of property in the state.
All is not as it seems in the Canadian housing market, according to one major economist who points to several vulnerable markets that may be lulling economists and the Bank of Canada into a false sense of optimism about the market, overall.
Brokers in one market are surely reaping the rewards as the market continues to boom, but how long is it expected to last?