Mortgage News & Events
There were 192,235 housing starts in Canada on an annualized basis in November, down from the prior month and slightly below economists’ expectations.
Tiff Macklem, the Bank of Canada’s No. 2 official, is leaving the central bank seven months after losing out to Stephen Poloz in the race to succeed Mark Carney as governor.
Since 2008, regulators have been trying to contain housing risk by piling on new mortgage rules, and bringing back some old ones. So far, the housing market has yet to crack under the weight of those policies.
Canadian banks continue to report solid core earnings, but investors are clearly worried about future profit potential.
Of all the economic signs that Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz watches these days, none is more problematic than inflation.
The good times for Canadian banks aren't over, despite a growing number of warnings from Big Six executives.
People fixate on the Bank of Canada's overnight interest rate, but that's not the one that affects your mortgage or your portfolio's value
There are signs that rents in Toronto’s condo market are on the verge of decreasing, at a time when new landlords are already dealing with low returns, a new report says.
Canada’s banking regulator is still monitoring 30-year mortgages, the head of Canada’s financial regulator told a conference of mortgage brokers in Toronto on Monday.
The IMF has some advice for Canada: Scale back the level of government-backed mortgage insurance and help spur lending to small- and medium-sized businesses.