Bad weather may have delayed the busy spring real estate season but it didn’t completely sour homebuyers’ shopping moods. According to the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA), home sales were up 5.9 per cent from April to May this year. That’s the strongest month-over-month increase in four years.
This week, Federal Finance Minister Joe Oliver stated fears of a possible Canadian credit cut, should Ontario continue to carry a deficit. Should Canadians be wary of a potential hit to their cost of borrowing – or is this just a pre-election political play?
Bank of Canada June 4 Announcement highlights: There’s no change once again for central rates, as the economy shows weaker-than-expected performance in the first part of the year. What does this mean for debt payers and investors?
One of our fabulous bloggers had a great idea about running a video series featuring everyday people and their money saving tips. That fabulous blogger was Rubina and she hit the streets of downtown Toronto last week with a camera crew in tow to find out how you keep more of your hard earned cash in your wallet.