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.
Finance news 2013: From the Bank of Canada rate to BlackBerry, it has been a rollercoaster for Canadian finance news. Check out our top 5 headlines of the year.
It has been a busy week indeed for five year fixed mortgage rates! As of press time, the lowest rate in Canada is 2.65%! Offered in Ontario, this is a full featured mortgage with flexible prepayment options. What could you save with a record breaking rate like this one? Read on to find out!
Is owning a home always better than renting? Will you really get a better deal out in the suburbs? Some home buying advice can do more harm than good. Here, we bust the top 4 home buying myths.
Will this year’s spring mortgage market be as robust as in the past? The concern is that our balancing housing market will continue to be slower than usual. Let’s break down the factors affecting current rates and selling conditions.
Choosing your mortgage amortization is an important decision – a long amortization provides security and time to save, while a short one will have you debt-free faster.
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s Best of Finance 2012 awards.
An American study finds respondents would be willing to take out a mortgage offered by WalMart if it existed. The results show borrowers are becoming increasingly comfortable turning to non-traditional lenders and non-banks for their mortgages.
5 year fixed mortgage rates hit a new low this week, at 2.77%. This full service mortgage is available in Ontario and accessible to high ratio borrowers. Could we see more downward movement before next year’s anticipated rate hike?
Finance Minister Jim Flaherty stated plans this week for the eventual privatization of the CMHC. Would would this mean for the mortgage market and borrowers?