Mortgage News & Events
China is back at the top of investor concerns after dismal trade numbers stirred concerns about the health of its economy, walloping major stock market indexes.
Canada’s financial regulator is close to releasing a new set of standards for Canada’s mortgage insurers, one that the real-estate industry has worried may chill the market.
Canada's financial leaders are under pressure to provide a clearer picture of the housing market, in the face of conflicting opinions about the health of a sector that is crucial to the national economy.
The latest numbers on Canadian housing starts and residential building permits will certainly add fuel to the fire and brimstone of the impending-housing-apocalypse believers. But as alarming as the weak residential data released Tuesday might have been, bigger problems for Canada's construction activity might lie in the non-residential side.
While the team at PropertyGuys.com had long recommended that their clients across Canada hire lawyers toward the end of their home-selling deals, they decided a year ago to offer a package that included experienced counsel throughout the process.
First, it was Canada’s housing sector. Now, it’s the country’s commercial real estate market.
For years, most of Marg Green’s self-employed clients could count on getting a mortgage on the strength of their credit score, and on their word that they were earning enough from their business to repay the loan.
The recent $2,072.34 repair bill on Hamish Telford's 2005 Dodge Caravan hit him right where it hurts.
It's too early to state definitively that Canadian credit growth has rolled over. But, for investors in domestic bank stocks, it's not too early to start worrying about it.
Janet Yellen rattled investors in her debut as the U.S.’s top central banker, as Wall Street focused on an apparent tilt toward raising interest rates sooner than expected.