Canadian home sales will fall to 9-year low next year, CREA forecasts Dec 18th

Mortgages in Canada can be a murky subject – one that we hope to shed some light on with a series of highly informational articles.
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Construction Mortgages: What They Are and How to Get One + MORE Apr 24th

Needless to say, building your dream home involves a lot more work as opposed to buying a ready-build – it’s more than just drawing floor plans and picking out counter finishes. Buying a piece of land and constructing your own home from scratch also requires you to get a different type of mortg.... More »
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Debt Consolidation Tip: Pay less interest! + MORE Feb 22nd

The beginning of the year is typically tough financially for most of us. Holiday bill payments, RRSP contributions, property tax bills, etc. And, if you’re self-employed, you probably have to make some sort of business tax or corporate tax payment. If December is the Holiday Season, then Janua.... More »
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CMHC’s Siddall Warns Homeownership “Party” Coming to an End + MORE May 12th

The head of the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) gave a candid assessment of the country’s housing market, saying the “party” of homeownership as a sole savings vehicle will come to an end. Evan Siddall made the comments during an interview with BNN Bloomberg’s Aman.... More »
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CMHC Makes Dividend Payments to Government: What are They and Who do They Help? + MORE Apr 5th

  Starting in 2017, the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) has been making both special and regular dividend payments to its shareholder, the Government of Canada. The largest sum was for $4-billion in June 2017, which was spread over two years. At that time they announced the impl.... More »
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BoC’s Call for Longer Mortgage Terms Raises Questions + MORE May 9th

Earlier this week Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz called on banks and other lenders to offer more innovative mortgage products, namely longer-term mortgages. During a speech in Winnipeg, he said longer mortgage terms would “mitigate the normal risks in the system both for lenders and for.... More »
National home sales are projected to fall to a near decade low in 2019, as rising interest rates and strict mortgage stress-test rules continue to put a damper on homebuyer sentiment, according to the Canadian Real Estate Association.

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