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The latest in mortgage news: OSFI unveils minor changes to insurer capital adequacy test + MORE Sep 29th
Canada's federal banking regulator unveiled revisions to its Mortgage Insurer Capital Adequacy Test for insured variable-rate mortgages..... More »
When it comes to backing out of a real estate deal, the law doesn’t tend to side with the dealbreaker, says Ron Butler, a veteran mortgage broker and one of the founders of Butler Mortgage in Toronto. If you’re the buyer, “You should find a way to complete the sale—beg, borrow, do whatever y.... More »
Housing affordability deteriorated to its worst level in over 30 years, according to data from the Bank of Canada..... More »
When someone dies and owes money on a mortgage, is their common-law spouse responsible for paying it off? The house was in the name of the deceased only—the common-law spouse wasn’t a co-signer on the mortgage, and her name is not listed on the deed. —Louine You’re 2 minut.... More »
There’s been a lot of discussion recently about how variable-rate mortgage holders could face their “trigger point.” We’re going to explore what that means, and the implications for borrowers.