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A significant number of Canadian households reported being late on a debt payment or missing it entirely, according to a new report from Statistics Canada. The 2016 data from the agency’s Survey of Financial Security shows that more than 1-in-10 Canadians (11%) with some form of debt reported skip.... More »
Q. I have just turned 40, am single, and earn $86,000 a year. I also have zero debt. I just finished paying off my house, worth $315,000, and I would like to continue to put away my mortgage payment of $1,000 every two weeks as savings. Because all money went to debt repayment, I’ve never really i.... More »
Canadians are overspending on housing in alarming numbers, according to a recent RateSupermarket.ca survey. Among those who rent, 44 percent of Canadians are spending more than a third of their income on housing. Not only that, but 20 percent of homeowners are spending more than a third of their in.... More »
When a drug goes generic, it’s as if society has paid off a mortgage..... More »
Thinking about buying real estate in Victoria? While some might suggest waiting a year or two for housing prices to come down, now might be a good time to start looking. The quarterly report on Vancouver’s housing market indicates while prices are starting to come down, inventory is high. So, sho.... More »
The dust has settled following the latest round of big bank earnings, which unveiled another solid quarter and record earnings. The new B-20 regulations and higher interest rates so far appear to be having little effect on mortgage growth, with RBC reporting that customers are “self-adjusting” to the new landscape. One big gift delivered to the […]
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. says the pace of housing construction starts slowed in August compared with July.