Are millennials driving the real estate market in Canada? A new BMO study finds 76% plan on becoming homeowners soon. But are they financially prepared?
The results are in from the CMHC 2015 First-Time Homebuyers Survey. Read on to see the top trends facing those trying to break into Canada’s housing market.
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.
Is it ever smart to buy a house with a credit card? The ability to pay the deposit for new condos was recently introduced by a real estate website – but is it a safe – or smart – way to buy real estate? Here are the potential buyer pitfalls you should know about.
For many Canadians, affording a second baby – and moving to a home with more space for their growing family – is a big challenge. In Canada’s hottest housing markets, buying a larger home isn’t always possible – but you do have options.
Great news for mortgage borrowers – low rates are expected to linger throughout the month of April. Read on for our Mortgage Rate Outlook Panel’s expert forecast.
The latest numbers from CREA show the average home price in Canada is on an uptick, clocking in at $430,000. What does this mean for prospective mortgage borrowers?
CMHC default insurance is mandatory for all home buyers paying less than 20 per cent on their home purchase. But are these mandatory premiums priced too high? A new petition is challenging the CMHC’s profit margins, arguing it’s time to give first time home buyers a break.
Looking to sell your home? Don’t forget to boost its visibility with the latest online marketing tactics. Check out this breakdown of what works, and what it’ll cost you.
Mortgages and retirement used to signal two separate life stages. These days though, retirees find themselves still paying down their homes.