High rent, mortgage rates keeping upward pressure on inflation Jan 19th

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For the majority of Canadians, buying a home will be the single biggest purchase they ever make, and getting a mortgage is an essential part of this process. According to a National Bank of Canada report, the majority of variable-rate-fixed-payment mortgage borrowers who signed onto between 2020.... More »

OSFI calls stress test “incomplete,” seeks to address “problem” of fixed-payment variable-rate mortgages + MORE Sep 8th

It's no secret that Canada's banking regulator has its sights set on fixed-payment variable-rate mortgage products. And OSFI chief Peter Routledge reiterated that point during a speech today..... More »

The latest in mortgage news: National Bank among first to offer First Home Savings Account Apr 19th

National Bank has become one of the first of the big banks to make the new First Home Savings Account (FHSA) available to its clients..... More »

The latest in mortgage news: record population growth to keep upward pressure on home prices + MORE Jul 21st

Canada's expected population growth will worsen the already limited housing supply and result in even higher home prices, according to a new report.... More »

Canada mortgage renewal shock coming: CMHC - CityNews Vancouver + MORE Nov 10th

Canada mortgage renewal shock coming: CMHC  CityNews VancouverBank of Canada warns mortgage borrowers may face higher rates upon renewal  CBC News2.2M mortgage holders will face ‘interest rate shock’ in next 2 years: CMHC  Global NewsMortgage holders concerned about.... More »
Canada’s inflation rate continued to ease in December, despite upward pressure from rising rents and mortgage interest costs. The Consumer Price Index eased to an annual growth rate of 6.3% last month, thanks largely to a decline in gas prices. That’s down from 6.8% in November and what now appears to be the peak of 8.1% in June. For the full year, consumer prices rose by 6.8%—the highest rate of price growth in Canada since 1982. “The good news is […]

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