Mortgage

Professional help vital to navigating complexity and uncertainty in Canada’s housing market

Professional help vital to navigating complexity and  uncertainty in Canada’s housing market

It has been over a year since the Federal Department of Finance announced changes to mortgage insurance and eligibility rules. The Ontario and B.C. governments have also introduced measures to cool demand, and the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) is proposing further changes. How are these changes impacting the marketplace and consumers?

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A well-informed plan

A well-informed plan

Transforming a solid understanding of lending processes into a powerful wealth-building tool

Irene Strong was just out of university when she realized she was only a car payment away from being able to manage a mortgage. She got rid of her car, arranged financing on a one-bedroom condo in East Vancouver and never looked back.

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For a more secure future, stress test your mortgage today

For a more secure future,  stress test your mortgage today

The good news? Mortgage interest rates are still at historical lows. But as policy-makers and the media regularly remind us, this means there is only one direction for them to move – and that is up. And this could potentially mean trouble for Canadians who have stretched their budget to own a home.

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