With the Canadian dollar currently hovering around 77 cents US, American buyers are flocking north to get a good deal on a cottage. But is it only our low loonie that’s drawing attention to our pristine lakes and cozy cabins?
Looking for a job? How about heading to Toronto or Vancouver! A new BMO report finds a job boom in both cities, but can you afford to work AND live there? Read on to find out whether or not it’s a smart move for you.
As expected, the Bank of Canada has decided to keep the overnight lending rate at 0.5 per cent. Read on for more on how this will affect your mortgage and the factors behind keeping the status-quo.
Thinking of buying a home in the next few years? One way to build up your down payment is through investing. Here’s now this process compares to putting your savings into a TFSA or HISA.
Buying a cottage or jet-setting the world? RateSupermarket takes a look at what’s the better option for your during your vacation time, and what you can expect to spend.
New developments in Canada’s urban areas are met with a space conundrum – where to park your vehicles. Because of this, the car-free condo is growing in popularity, but it may not be for everyone.
Ready to buy a home? Make sure you’re aware that you’ll be paying for much more than just the home itself. Here are some of the costs to keep in mind.
You’ve accepted an offer and sold your home. Now what? Here’s a list of all the closing costs to keep in mind prior to leaving your current property.
There’s no slowdown in sight for home prices in Vancouver and Toronto, and that has the Bank of Canada worried. Here’s what Governor Stephen Poloz is saying about its impact on our local and greater economies.