Take heart, agents, it could be much worse
Canadian women in their 30s are the best kind of borrowers when it comes to fulfilling their mortgage obligations, financial expert says
Toronto’s real estate market during the month of March was impacted by the oldest story in the book: that of limited supply and skyrocketing demand.
Strong Canadian house price gains are now purely a two-city phenomenon, while a "soft landing" is underway across the rest of the country.
One private insurer has quickly followed CMHC’s lead and upped its rates.
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Toronto-area agents bemoaning the pitfalls of public sold data might take a page from one Canadian market where public data is already a reality – and where, in fact, the sky hasn’t fallen.
The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. announced it will increase insurance premiums for those homeowners with less than 10 per cent down and players expect the move to impact one type of client in particular.