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We’ve entered the busiest time of the year to buy a home – sales listings are popping up like daisies, and prospective buyers pack Saturday open houses. It seems everyone is on the house hunt these days – and record low mortgage rates stoke the demand even higher. But is it the right time for …
More drama is unfolding in the Eurozone. Will Greece run out of cash as it nears the April debt deadline? What what will be the impact on global and domestic bond investors?
While increasing in availability by Canada’s banks and retailers, many shoppers are still wary of contactless debit payments. Here Barry Choi of Moneywehave.com busts the top 4 myths surrounding this payment tech.
History has been made with the lowest 5 year fixed mortgage rate ever seen in Canada – 2.44%, offered in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia. Read on to see how much you could save with this rate.
Rental housing in Canada is experiencing a boom, as developers realize those priced out of the housing market want high-quality, inexpensive options.
Are you ready for the busiest home-buying season of the year? Spring has certainly sprung for the Canadian real estate market, as open houses pop up faster than the crocuses. Perhaps the most telling sign: Bank of Montreal, the big-bank trendsetter, has introduced a “March miracle”: a history-making rate for new mortgage borrowers that has since been matched by TD.
Two Canadian economic forecasts were revised this week to reflect the damage cause by sliding oil prices. Meanwhile, household consumer debt levels continue to be cause for concern.
The latest numbers from CREA show the average home price in Canada is on an uptick, clocking in at $430,000. What does this mean for prospective mortgage borrowers?
BREAKING: BMO’s at it again! The lender has introduced a 2.79% 5-year fixed – the lowest rate historically offered for this term from one of Canada’s nationally-regulated big banks.
To say it has been an eventful year thus far for market and interest rate watchers would be an understatement. Pundits have been blindsided not once, but twice by the Bank of Canada on the direction for our national cost of borrowing… and it’s only March. To recap: the long-held expectation that the Bank of …