A slow week for mortgage news as this weeks top stories include how housing starts saw a significant rise in February, how many of the worlds top bankers agree that global economic growth is robust, how Canadians are taking advantage of the low interest rate environment by searching for properties now and how the Toronto […]Read More →
This weeks top stories include how the Canadian economy beat analysts expectations and expanded by 5% in the final quarter of 2009, how Candians are still quite fearfull of job losses, how the Canadian housing market is set to see growth this year, how the Bank of Canada has left interest rates unchanged this week […]Read More →
This weeks top stories include how 33% of Canadians are planning to delay their retirement plans, how the U.S Federal Reserve unexpectedly raised their discount interest rate, how Ottawa has begun to tighten the deficit belt and cut costs, how February was the month where new home sales records were set as Toronto sales alone […]Read More →
This weeks top stories include how there will be massive changes to the criteria involved in qualifying for a mortgage, how Canadians are sinking further and further in debt, how first time homebuyers are questioning whether or not there was a substantial change to the mortgage rules, what Toronto is doing to balance its budget, […]Read More →
This weeks top stories include how housing starts have surpassed analysts expectations, how the “Buy American” policy has finally come to an end, how home sales have shot through the roof with low interest rates fueling the way, how the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) is being challenged by the Competition Bureau, how home prices are […]Read More →
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