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Following a challenging 2018, by most accounts 2019 could be characterized as a “turnaround year” for Canada’s housing market. And 2020 is looking to bring much of the same. That’s according to predictions for the new year by CMHC, the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) and .... More »
I wrote that back in 2006. Since then we have seen some provincial governments step in with laws to help protect unsuspecting homeowners. You can also purchase Title insurance or an alternative method of protection. A couple of years ago, Toronto police said a woman used fake ID to get a $300,0.... More »
Should you put the minimum down, leaving you more for moving expenses or the maximum to reduce your mortgage payments?.... More »
It’s not too early to be thinking about New Year’s resolutions. And since you’re promoting yourself and building business, more efficient marketing is probably on your wishlist for next year. Why not resolve to market yourself more efficiently in 2020? Marketing is a full-time job. Since you a.... More »
RateSupermarket.ca aims to make financial decision-making easier for the consumer by acknowledging the best credit cards and banking products in Canada at its annual Best of Finance Awards. (Originally published May 15, 2019) The credit card, loan, bank account, or mortgage you choose can affect ho.... More »
It’s not unusual to find you owe some money to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) after filing your personal tax returns. Especially if you have neglected doing them for a few years. And like any other unexpected expense, you need to tighten your belt buckle, work even harder and try to find ways to eliminate […]
Note: This editorial piece was previously published on RateSpy.com. It is being reprinted with permission due to the important and timely issues raised. Rarely have the heads of Canada’s housing agency and largest mortgage broker association been at such odds publicly. It feels like CMHC boss Evan Siddall and Mortgage Professionals Canada (MPC) chief Paul […]