The Latest in Mortgage News: iA Exits the Residential Mortgage Market Sep 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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Renewal Rate Shock Diminishing, Says BoC + MORE Nov 9th

Falling mortgage rates over the course of 2019 have reduced the rate increase shock for those renewing a mortgage. While those renewing a mortgage this year are still locking in at a rate higher than their previous rate, that increase is quickly declining, according to data from the Bank of Canada. .... More »

Latest in Mortgage News: New Immigrants Driving Housing Demand Oct 28th

The growing demand for real estate in Canada is being driven largely by newcomers, who are making one out of every five home purchases in the country, according to a new survey. New immigrants to Canada (defined as those who have arrived within the last 10 years) represent 21% of homebuyers and are .... More »
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Prime Rate Falls to 2.95%, Some Banks Increase Variable Premiums + MORE Mar 20th

For the second time in two weeks Canada’s prime rate has fallen by 50-percentage points. Following the Bank of Canada’s emergency rate cut on Friday, RBC led the way in passing along the full 50 bps of rate cut on Monday, with most of the other big  banks soon following suit. That lowered the c.... More »
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Are Toronto House Prices Headed Back to 2016 Levels? + MORE Feb 13th

Concern is growing that Canada’s largest housing market may be about to experience a new round of froth, similar to that seen in 2016. Back then, red-hot housing markets in the Greater Vancouver and Toronto Areas ultimately forced the federal government to introduce the 2016 and 2018 mortgage stre.... More »
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Mindful Spending and Saving Through COVID-19 Apr 10th

People are finding new ways to run errands and complete daily tasks while the COVID-19 emergency orders are in place. Although these are challenging times, quite a few services can be ordered straight to your doorstep. Shopping is still at our fingertips and seemingly more accessible than ever. For.... More »
After nearly 50 years of providing residential mortgages to Canadians, Industrial Alliance Financial Group announced its exit from the space this month. “This is a result of our decision to focus on investments in key sectors for the Group,” iA spokesperson Pierre Picard told CMT. “We will focus exclusively on commercial mortgages. Residential mortgages operations […]

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