Mortgage News & Events
Next week, Ben Bernanke will step down as chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve Board, to be succeeded by Janet Yellen.
Despite all the financial obstacles they face, young adults have been eager believers in home ownership. Now, they’re thinking more critically about houses.
Stephen Poloz’s biggest headache these days is disinflation.
Get past the market hype and allow yourself plenty of time to do adequate research before buying a new high-rise home
Home ownership will be fantasy for Canadians with an average income, as wage hikes are unlikely to keep pace with housing market
A Toronto financial firm is creating a hedge fund that will allow Canadian investors to bet on a housing slump, a move that underscores the skepticism that exists about policy makers’ ability to engineer a soft landing for the real estate market.
From finding a better credit card deal to making the best use of your cash, here's how to get the new year off to a profitable start
Don't be seduced by the continued big numbers coming out of Canada's housing sector. The overheated market, a key concern to the Bank of Canada and other assorted economic worrywarts, is most definitely off its boil.
Canada’s housing market is on track to close out 2013 on a stronger note than last year, defying the expectations of economists just a few months ago.
The Bank of Canada says the risks buffeting the Canadian financial system have declined for the first time in two years thanks to the fading threat of a euro financial crisis and a slight uptick in long-term interest rates.