Big Bank Mortgage Rates Rising: What it Means for You May 3rd

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Stress Test Impacts Measured + MORE Jul 26th

The government’s latest mortgage rule changes have caused an imbalance between supply and demand in almost every region of the country, and will result in an estimated 200,000 fewer jobs being created over the next three years. Those are among the findings of Mortgage Professionals Canada’s .... More »
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Banks cutting variable mortgage rates to drum up business even as fixed rates rise + MORE May 18th

A number of Canadian lenders have slashed their variable mortgage rates in recent days, even as some of those same lenders are raising their fixed-rate mortgages..... More »

GTA home sales drop 16% in 2018, fewer houses listed: TREB + MORE Jan 5th

The number of homes sold in Toronto and the surrounding area fell in 2018 as homebuyers and sellers grappled with a new reality of higher interest rates and stricter mortgage rules..... More »
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Should You Accept That Pre-Approved Credit Limit Increase? Jun 5th

If you faithfully pay your loans, mortgage and credit cards each month, then you’ve probably received a call or letter from your bank with the news that you were pre-approved for a credit increase or a line of credit. You might be thinking, I don’t even use all the credit I currently have. I do.... More »

Bank of Canada raises benchmark interest rate to 1.5%, noting trade tensions - CBC.ca + MORE Jul 11th

CBC.caBank of Canada raises benchmark interest rate to 1.5%, noting trade tensionsCBC.caFor the fourth time in a little over a year, the Bank of Canada has raised its benchmark interest rate, a move that will increase the cost of borrowing for Canadians with variable-rate mortgages and lines of cred.... More »
Four of Canada’s Big Six banks have now raised their posted mortgage rates since last week, sparking concern by homebuyers and existing homeowners about the implications. TD kicked off this round of rate increases last week by raising its various mortgage terms, including an astounding 45-bps increase to its 5-year fixed rate, which jumped from […]

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