The Latest in Mortgage News – Fallout of High Home Prices Aug 31st

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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The Latest in Mortgage News: New Data on Financial Distress in Canada + MORE Jun 29th

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 »
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5 Quick Reasons Why You Should Buy a Home Now During the Off-Season + MORE Jan 11th

Though the real estate market is nowhere as hot as it was, let’s say, two years ago, the fact of the matter is that home prices are going down, and some people are still looking to buy. Rising interest rates and a stricter mortgage stress test may have led to a decline in affordability, but i.... More »
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Hacks to Slash Your Mortgage and Clear Your Debt Early + MORE Aug 16th

Finding you the best financial practices is what gets us up in the morning. And our staff is a great resource for these ideas. So we polled the staff in our office to ask one simple question:  What mortgage hacks do you use to speed up your mortgage payments? Here are their best tips for getting o.... More »

B.C. Regulator Shuts Down Unlicensed Broker with $500M in Volume Jun 5th

An unlicensed B.C. mortgage broker accused of arranging half a billion in mortgages for hundreds of clients has been issued a cease-and-desist order by the province’s mortgage regulator. The Financial Institutions Commission of British Columbia (FICOM) announced last week that its Registrar of.... More »
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The Latest in Mortgage News – An Eye on Real Estate + MORE Mar 30th

A number of reports this month have provided some insight into the latest movements in Canada’s housing market. New data shows that home sales and prices continue to fall in Toronto and Vancouver, with the exception of Toronto condo sales, which have reached a new high. RBC also came out with .... More »
Despite slowing price gains in Vancouver and a moderation in Toronto, average home prices are still notoriously expensive. So how are these prices affecting the lives of residents in these two cities? Thanks to a new comprehensive survey released this week, we finally have some answers: High Home Prices Taking Toll A new survey from […]

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