Ephraim Vecina

Ephraim Vecina

Ephraim Vecina

Ephraim is currently a journalist at Mortgage Broker News, Real Estate Professional and Canadian Real Estate Wealth.

Ephraim is a highly accomplished news reporter whose work has been published across North America and the Asia Pacific region. Before joining Key Media, Ephraim spent eight years working as a journalist with Reuters TV. His areas of expertise include real estate, mortgage, and finance.

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Published Articles by Ephraim Vecina

Investment opportunities abound in Montreal this year

The city is nowhere near experiencing the risk of a housing meltdown

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Ontario accounts for much of Canada's home price growth

Many of the fastest growing urban markets in North America are in Canada

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Single-income households should steer clear of these cities

Other major metropolitan markets still offer pockets of affordability, however

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Most Canadians are overpaying for their mortgages

Each household loses thousands of dollars a year when they borrow from the Big Six

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There’s more than meets the eye in the capital flight to Canada

Via B.C.’s real estate, Chinese criminal elements launder anywhere from $5 billion up to as much as $100 billion per year

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Stress testing is a much-needed 'margin of safety' – OSFI

The agency is open to revising the details of B-20, but cautioned that multiple complex factors are also in play

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OSFI might reconsider iron-handed stance on mortgage qualification

This, after a year of considerably weaker housing sales and investment activity

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Canadians' market, fiscal confidence still unsteady

The fear of bankruptcy is significantly clouding many Canadians' prospects for this year

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Immigrant ownership might not have that much impact on prices

This demographic is likely to have only a minimal, if any, influence on the affordability crisis

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Impact of tighter rules, interest rates greater than anticipated

Weaker consumer spending and housing investment exacerbated the problem

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