According to the latest data from the Canadian Real Estate Association, national home sales declined 3% month-over-month in January, their lowest level since 2009.
Many mortgage brokers are fielding calls from clients concerned about rising interest rates and an uncertain economic outlook.
The Bank of Canada’s leadership appears to be torn over whether Canada’s housing market will brush off be further impacted by the higher interest rates.
High rates haven't stopped Canadians from tapping their home equity by way of reverse mortgages.
After a year of rapidly rising interest rates and falling home prices, 2023 should see more balanced conditions return to most housing markets across the country.
After a pandemic-induced hiatus, hundreds of mortgage professionals gathered at the Vancouver Convention Centre Monday night to honour the latest inductees into the Canadian Mortgage Hall of Fame.
Being rejected is an all-too common experience for anyone in the housing market these days.
Mortgage brokers need to constantly reinvent themselves in today’s constantly evolving housing market.
Nearly 108,000 Ontarians left the province in 2021, a number not seen since the early 1980s. The outflow continued in Q2 when an additional 49,000 residents packed their bags and relocated to another province.