Canada’s mortgage market grew by its slowest pace in more than 25 years in 2018, according to new data released by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
Criticism is piling up for the federal government’s First-Time Home Buyer Incentive, set to kick off this September.
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The moderation of Canada’s housing market means reduced revenue for the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
The stress test continues to be the focus of much research, with new data released recently on the full extent of its impacts on the housing market.
As part of the 2019 Budget handed down yesterday, changes for prospective homeowners
Preliminary housing starts data for October 2018 are pointing to a national market that is steadily slowing down due to pressure from various factors, according to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC).
“The national trend in housing starts declined for a fourth consecutive month in October, which leaves the trend at its lowest level since February 2017,” CMHC chief economist Bob Dugan stated in the starts report.
An annual survey of mortgage customers has found that most are financially stable and are happy with their lenders and brokers. CMHC’s Mortgage Consumer Survey
In its latest annual Mortgage Consumer Survey, the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation found that would-be borrowers vastly preferred their brokers to have a deep
Interest rates, and more specifically the growing certainty of higher rates to come, have been dominating headlines following the announcement of a new trade agreement
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