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Great news for responsible drivers: after being shelved during the June Ontario provincial election, the Liberals have given new life to a plan to slash auto insurance premiums by an average of 15 per cent.
On June 16, CIBC completed the transitional sale of 550,000 of its Aeroplan credit card customers to TD. Now, one month later, many customers are still experiencing issues as a result of the switch. MoneyWise has asked some of the most pressing questions on behalf of cardholders. Read on to see the responses.
It’s easy to be in a “don’t worry, be happy” frame of mind in the summer. But if you’re shirking your debt repayment plan for pricey fun in the sun, your finances will be in a gloomy state come fall.
Prospective buyers looking to tackle Canada’s scorching real estate market (and subsequent prices) can continue to rely on record-low borrowing costs this month. Discounted fixed and variable mortgage rates, which have proven to be the saving grace for many aspiring homeowners, will linger throughout July
Lazy summer often spells a slowdown from spring’s frantic real estate market. But with warmer weather comes a whole new set of buyer challenges. And, as we pass the anniversary of the catastrophic Southern Alberta and Toronto floods, some homeowners are feeling a new kind of pain, as their property value appears washed up. …
Scotiabank is the latest larger lender to jump into the mortgage rate war frenzy, unveiling a 2.97% rate for 5-year fixed mortgages. This special rate is available until June 7, and comes with prepayment privileges and other features.
Some good news this week for long-time homeowners, as economic data points to rising property values and the potential for tidy returns. Should would-be sellers cash in on their abodes? Should buyers drop all conditions in order to gain a competitive edge? Read on below for this week’s real estate coverage, and other personal …
INFOGRAPHIC INSIDE: The new StatsCan National Balance Sheet has been released and finds positive change in Canadian mortgage debt levels – finally some good news for Canadian credit carriers!