Category Archives: Mortgage Rates
A question I am regularly asked is “How much money do I need to put down?” This article from the Globe and Mail does a great job explaining the issues and the options available to potential home buyers with limited … Continue reading
TD Economics published a Special Report on the Canadian mortgage market last month (September 2012). TD says that higher mortgage rates will be necessary to ensure sustainability for the housing market. Click here to read the report.
As expected we heard yesterday (June 2012) from the Department of Finance on some further clamping down on the Canadian mortgage market. I have attached an article below with the details but here are the hi lites. -For mortgages when … Continue reading
The attached document provides a description of the home buying process and answers many of the more frequently asked questions. Home Buyers Guide
Many new arrivals to Canada prefer to rent for the first year or so to be sure that they have selected the right neighbourhood for their family. But there are some, who just know right from the start that they … Continue reading
The age old question facing consumers, do I take a fixed rate or variable rate……and a similar dilemma facing mortgage brokers as their clients ask them for advice on which option to take. We all know it depends on the … Continue reading