Are you experiencing the great Canadian date night downturn? 68% of Canadian parents say finding time -and the cash – for romance is a challenge. Read on for our top tips for affording date night – without busting your budget.
Did you know: The cost of love in Canada is on the rise? RateSupermarket.ca’s 2016 study finds the grand total to come to $61,821.60 – pretty heartbreaking! Read on for the true love totals – and how you can stick to your achy-breaky budget.
Half of Canadians are struggling with the Terrible Money Twos – the inability to afford both real estate in their region and starting a family. Read on for the full story.
As prices continue to rise, many Canadians find they are stuck in their starter home. What options do growing families have, if they can’t afford to move up in the market?
What’s the perfect mortgage shopping mix? RateSupermarket.ca’s Mortgage Shopping Survey finds mortgage seekers greatly value the advice of mortgage brokers in addition to finding the lowest rate.
In the fickle world of personal finance, loyalty doesn’t always pay off. Today, RateSupermarket.ca launches a new calculator tool that will help Canadians assess their current credit card needs and provide recommendations on whether they should break-up or cheat on their bank.
A new research study from Canada’s independent personal finance comparison site RateSupermarket.ca paints a bleak picture of the real price of post-secondary education – a total cost of $78,817 for students not living at home. While conventional wisdom indicates a degree or diploma are necessary for future career success, rising costs and compound interest are major hurdles to future financial security for university and college graduates.
RateSupermarket.ca Launches Their High Interest Savings Accounts Comparison TORONTO, February 16, 2011… RateSupermarket.ca, Canada’s go-to rate comparison website for personal finance products like mortgages, credit cards, GICs, and insurance, has added a new product to their offering – savings accounts. Now Canadian consumers can easily compare the best offers on high interest savings accounts from …
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 …
Despite downward pressure, RateSupermarket.ca’s panel of experts predict flat mortgage rates in October