Canadian home prices have been slowly trending upwards for the past few months, with plenty of industry speculation about what
National housing starts fell for the third consecutive month in October, in what some industry experts are calling a further
Canada’s steady trend of economic strength might justify even further hikes in the BoC’s interest rates, according to observers. The
A benchmark of sustainability performance by real estate companies and funds across North America has found an improved level of,
Workers in three Canadian provinces are entitled to a higher minimum wage from today (Oct 1, 2018). Albert’s $15.00
Interest rates, and more specifically the growing certainty of higher rates to come, have been dominating headlines following the announcement
Canada’s housing affordability is at its worst level since 1990 and its going to get worse. A newly report from
Ever since the introduction of a new mortgage stress test in January, Canadians’ mortgage debt levels have been on the
The leader of the NDP has set out proposals to make homeownership more achievable for young Canadians, including the reintroduction of 20-year amortizations for insured mortgages.
For prospective homebuyers, there are several financial hoops to jump through on the way to property ownership: growing a healthy downpayment, securing a preapproval, and finding a home that fits within budget, to name a few.
Study after study highlights how long it takes households to scrape together a downpayment in markets like Toronto and Vancouver (spoiler, it’s 102 months for the former and 340 months in the latter) So what chance does a single person have?
While young Canadians have trouble saving enough money for a down payment, the bank of mom and dad doesn’t play as prominent a role as once thought, according to a new report.
The trend for Canadian housing starts was steady in January with 208,131 units improving on December’s 207,171 units.
The long saga of Amazon’s plans to open a second North American headquarters took an unexpected turn Thursday.
Young Canadians are facing difficult financial decisions with the cost of living increasing and the cost of becoming a first-time homebuyers unaffordable for many.
2018 could have been the hottest year on record for Canadian home sales (if not for this policy change)
The Canadian housing market had a rough year in 2018: sales dropped by 11 percent while the 4.1 percent decline in average price was the worst performance seen since 1995.
An analysis from LowestRates.ca has found that, in 2018, Canada’s largest banks – RBC, TD, BMO, Scotiabank, CIBC, and National Bank of Canada – were consistently the most expensive options.
Why do we stay with them? Complacency is a big reason. A lack of knowledge is another.
Born and raised in beautiful Mount Pearl, starting his career in finance upon graduating with a Business Administration Diploma. Ian is always advocating for the client and offering the best service.
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