What’s in store for 2014 mortgage rates? RateSupermarket.ca’s expert panel has released their forecast for fixed and variable rates in January.
Thinking of buying a cottage? It can vary from purchasing a primary residence. Check out these 5 must-know tips for buying your own slice of cottage country heaven.
RBC has released a report on Canadian housing affordability. What are buying conditions like in your province?
Not sure if buying a home or renting one is the better choice? It all comes down to risk factors – here’s an actuary breakdown of how to determine yours.
What is the most affordable housing market in Canada? We break down buying conditions in each province to assess where you’ll get the most for those hard earned housing dollars.
A recent RBC poll finds that only 15 per cent of Canadians are looking to buy a home over the next two years – a 20-year low for would-be homeowners.
On the house hunt? Good news – buyers’ market conditions may be on the way as home prices continue to soften across the country.
When it comes to personal finance, Canadians are know-it-alls. Or at least they think they are, according to the RBC Canadian Consumer Outlook survey. On a national scale, 70 per cent of Canadians rate their own financial knowledge as “excellent / good”, while another 65 per cent think the average Canadian’s ranks as “not very good” when it comes to financial know-how.
The latest industry numbers from CREA and TREB are out this week, and they all point to a cooling housing and mortgage market across Canada.
It appears housing markets across the country are feeling the brunt of recent CMHC mortgage changes, as sales saw a 5.8 per cent nation-wide dip from July to August. According to the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA), this is the largest month-over-month decline since June 2010