2014 Mortgage Trends in Canada: A Year in Review
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2014 Mortgage Trends in Canada: A Year in Review

2014 may be drawing to a close, but speculation regarding this year’s mortgage market is far from over. Economists and home buyers alike are waiting with baited breath to see if 2015 will usher in change for borrowing costs and the housing market. To better understand the market’s future direction, we’ve looked to the past; read on for the strongest trends seen within the mortgage market in 2014. Continue reading »

Decreased Mortgage Demand and Consumer Spending Keep Rates Low
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Decreased Mortgage Demand and Consumer Spending Keep Rates Low

RateSupermarket.ca’s panel of experts don’t expect many changes to mortgage rates in November TORONTO, Nov 4, 2010… RateSupermarket.ca, Canada’s go-to website for comparing mortgage rates, has announced the results from their Mortgage Rate Outlook Panel for November 2010. The experts believe Canadians will have continued low fixed and variable mortgage rates throughout November. Fixed mortgage … Continue reading »

Bank of Canada Expected to Hold Off on Rate Increase
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Bank of Canada Expected to Hold Off on Rate Increase

RateSupermarket.ca’s panel of financial gurus expect mortgage rates will remain level during September TORONTO, Sept 2, 2010… RateSupermarket.ca, consumers go-to shop for comparing Canadian mortgage rates offered by banks, mortgage brokers, and credit unions, has announced the results of their Mortgage Rate Outlook Panel for September 2010. Canadians should expect both fixed and variable mortgage … Continue reading »

No July Bank of Canada Interest Rate Increase
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No July Bank of Canada Interest Rate Increase

RateSupermarket.ca’s panel of financial experts believes that variable mortgage rates will stay level while fixed mortgage rates could fluctuate slightly during July TORONTO, July 7, 2010… RateSupermarket.ca, Canada’s independent mortgage rates comparison website, has announced the results of their Mortgage Rate Outlook Panel for July 2010. Global economic uncertainty may dampen consumer confidence and cause … Continue reading »

Five Year Fixed Mortgage Rate Trends
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Five Year Fixed Mortgage Rate Trends

It’s been an intriguing time in the mortgage market over the past few months and it really all kicked off in December 2009 when Finance Minister Jim Flaherty announced the latest mortgage regulation changes. Since then we’ve had mortgage rates jumping all over the place as bond yields, which influence fixed mortgage rates, rose rapidly … Continue reading »