It’s a less optimistic time for Canadian cash, as the loonie, and consumer sentiment, falls, according to reports. Get caught up on the latest with this week’s top finance headlines.
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Banks are starting to follow new rate trends, according to our expert Mortgage Rate Outlook Panel. How will this affect pricing for fixed and variable mortgage rates this month? Read on for our expert January forecast.
A New Year Rate Hike – It has been a busy start to the new year – mortgage rates are up, stock markets are down, and that holiday credit card bill is looming. Is your wallet feeling the pressure yet?
RBC has announced it is hiking rates for fixed and variable mortgages, to go into effect this Friday. How will consumers be impacted? And why are rates rising now, when they should be technically lower?
Ready to make 2016 your richest year yet? We have everything you need to kick the year off on the right financial foot. Read on for this week’s tips.
From the RateSupermarket.ca family to yours – we wish you happy holidays and a festive season!
It’s been a busy year for the mortgage market. Check out the top mortgage moments of 2015 – and how they impacted consumers – in this handy infographic.
Get ready for liftoff – the U.S. Federal Reserve has hiked rates. Coupled with recent changes to minimum downpayments and dire debt warnings, this has been a busy week for borrowers. Read on for our top headlines.
The U.S. Federal Reserve liftoff has arrived, announcing a quarter of a percentage hike to between 0.25 – 0.5%. What does this mean for Canadians and our cost of borrowing? Read on to find out.
The minimum home down payment has been increased to 10% from 5% on homes priced over $500,000. What does this mean for buyers? Read on to find out .