What’s in store for February mortgage rates? Check out this month’s forecast from RateSupermarket.ca’s expert panel.
Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz recently stated that negative interest rates could be a possibility in bad economic times. How does this monetary policy work? And how would consumers and borrowers be affected?
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.
What’s in store for November fixed and variable mortgage rates? Check out this month’s forecast from RateSupermarket.ca’s expert Mortgage Rate Outlook Panel.
0% financing sounds like a steal – who wouldn’t want to pay zero interest on their car loan? However, it’s often too good to be true. Here’s what consumers should know.
It’s been quite a year for interest rates, and recent economic turmoil and dropping oil prices lead many to believe the Bank of Canada will cut rates again in September. However, one big bank holds a more optimistic view, believing rates will see an uptick next year. Get the full story.
A September U.S. rate hike is looking more likely, as the American economy continues to improve. However, such a move would lower the loonie even further. Here’s what Canadians need to know.
What’s in store for August mortgage rates? RateSupermarket.ca’s expert Mortgage Rate Outlook Panel finds both fixed and variable rates will remain unchanged in the short term. Good news for buyers looking to get into the market before back-to-school season hits.
Are consumers receiving mixed mortgage messages? As economic data underperforms and the Bank of Canada cuts rates for a second time this year, but can borrowers expect?
The Bank of Canada has cut rates for the second time this year, bringing the cost of borrowing to 0.5%. How will this affect borrowers, homeowners and the economy? Read on for the full story.