Tide Turns on Variable Mortgage Rates
Many in the public have been surprised at the rate increases in variable rate mortgages this past month. For myself and some […]
Mortgage Associations Recent Stats: Real Estate Still A Good Buy
The Canadian Association of Accredited Mortgage Professionals (CAAMP) today released their latest set of statistics regarding mortgages and real estate in Canada. […]
The Bank of Canada Decision And How It Affects You
On Tuesday the Bank of Canada decided to leave its key lending rate unchanged at 1%, meaning that the prime rate for […]
Consolidate Your Debt And Leverage Your Increased Real Estate Value With A Refinance!
With the recent news that in the past year Greater Vancouver real estate prices had increased by an average of 18% from […]
Announcing The Tax Deductible Mortgage Plan Affiliation
Make your mortgage tax deductible and pay it off years sooner! This is my first note today about Tax Deductible Mortgage Plan […]
Mortgage Broker Supports Crackdown Policies. Meet One Who Doesn't.
I was reading the Globe website today and saw this article about a mortgage broker in Toronto who thinks that the mortgage […]
Should You Buy a Home in 2011?
Attractive mortgage rates lured more home buyers into the market in 2010. Doom and gloom predictions brought on by the HST, tighter […]
Government Mortgage Regulation Change Observations
As has been mentioned in numerous media outlets the past week, the federal government has made the decision to further tighten the […]
Bankers and Ottawa discuss how to make it harder to borrow money...again
Commentary on a recent report about the Canadian federal government and the banks in discussions to make mortgage lending more difficult.
'Twas the Debt Before Christmas...
If recent news reports about our collective appetite for credit are any indication, Canadians may wake up in the new year with […]