A recent report from the C.D. Howe Institute finds Canada needs a $9-billion emergency fund to cover a potential housing crash. Here’s what you need to know about the think tank’s findings, and whether homeowners and borrowers should be concerned.
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For many city dwellers, a detached house with yard is out of reach financially – and the need to move to afford a bigger home is a reality. Is swapping the city for suburban square footage worth it? One homeowner shares her story – and her commute time.
For many Canadians, affording a second baby – and moving to a home with more space for their growing family – is a big challenge. In Canada’s hottest housing markets, buying a larger home isn’t always possible – but you do have options.
Did your Valentine pop the question? Congratulations! Welcome to the world of wedding planning. Get ready, you’ll be swiping your credit card — a lot.
Montreal-based lender Desjardins and Best Buy have announced a new partnership and credit card offering. While the new plastic won’t include a rewards offering, it will provide financing options for Best Buy customers.
Could MasterCard Debit in Canada be a future possibility? The credit card provider has shared plans it could enter the Canadian market. How would the service work – and would it fit in with recent changes to credit card interchange fees?
Credit card tiers can seem confusing – which level of card should you choose? Check out our guide to MasterCard and Visa tiers, and what’s included with each.
Want to spend less this holiday season? Your secret weapon could be your credit card! Learn how to use rewards for shopping cash, get big discounts on gifts and other items, and cut your costs with these earnings tips and tricks!
Costco has recently switched up its credit card partnerships, discontinuing its partnership with American Express and introducing a new Capital One rewards option for club members. How have customers’ Costco credit card options changed – and are they still earning the same rewards? Read on for our breakdown.
If an earthquake happens tomorrow (knock on wood) and your house is damaged by the shaking and quaking, who do you think covers the cost of the damage? Turns out, it’s the homeowner – but most people aren’t aware of this hidden cost. Should you have earthquake coverage? Read on to find out.