Mortgage News & Events
Historic stimulus measure to wind down in the fall, but benchmark rate to remain at zero as U.S. economy continues rebound
Most experts figured Canada's housing market would be showing signs of a slowdown by now. Instead, home construction and sales are up, raising questions about where the market is headed.
Housing affordability is a national disaster that begs further investigation.
High household debt levels in Canada are "potentially a real problem," the country's financial sector watchdog is warning.
It turns out the pothole the U.S. economy hit in the first quarter was more like a crater.
Re/Max reports that decision to stop insuring Canadians' vacation homes is having a negligible effect on market
The head of Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. is shifting the priority of the mortgage insurer to helping Canadians buy homes they need, not the bigger, pricier homes they might want.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said on Thursday that British interest rates could rise sooner than financial markets expect
A crash of China’s shadow banking system would send shock waves through the Canadian economy, depressing commodity prices and triggering a housing market correction, the Bank of Canada warns in a new report.
Question for all the young adults buying condos these days: What are you thinking?