Rising interest rates and B-20’s are the likely culprits
The Bank of Montreal has dropped the rate of its 5-year fixed mortgage to 2.99 per cent, down from 3.29 per cent.
Vancouver is seeing growth in high end home sales despite predictions that there would be a slowdown when the federal government scrapped its foreign investors plan.
The CMHC is looking at a formula that would force banks to pay a deductible on mortgages insured by the crown corporation before claims are settled.
A new report from a major regulator will likely inspire confidence in home buyers to turn to mortgage brokers.
The opportunity to pick up the last of the distressed assets from the global crisis is spurring more Canadians to invest in foreign countries – and brokers can still take advantage.
Ever wondered why it is so hard to persuade stakeholders that your brokerage should change for the better?
It wasn’t expected but July saw building permits rise to a record level with the Toronto and Vancouver condo markets leading the way.
The disparity in prices of mid value homes and those at the lower end is making it increasingly hard for Canadians to move up the property ladder.
The latest Bloomberg Nanos Confidence Index shows that we’re becoming more cautious about growth in the housing market.
A report from BMO shows that 30 per cent of Canadians are struggling with their month-to-month finances; living paycheck to paycheck or spending more than they earn.