Recent Articles in ‘Mortgages’
RBC notes an improvement in the city’s home affordability
Finding the right time to stop renting and start owning
Be financially prepared when purchasing your first home
Good preparation is key to handling the challenges involved in moving into your next home.
Sound advice and solutions from a specialist are an essential part of buying a home.
The more you put into your down payment, the more you’ll save in interest and the less your house will cost in the end.
Here at home, it may be time for the federal finance minister to consider raising the mortgage-amortization period back to 30 years
Knowing about possible snags ahead of time will make it easier to apply for that mortgage.
Whether you are buying a new home, refinancing or simply renewing, there is much to consider if you are in need of a mortgage in 2013.
Qualifying for your mortgage – be careful with those credit cards
British Columbians continue to carry the largest mortgages in Canada, so it’s no surprise that choosing the right mortgage term and options is very important.
On July 9, federal Finance Minister Jim Flaherty’s latest round of new mortgage guidelines kicked in. Shortly after, the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions announced it was getting closer to finalizing its new guidelines for federally regulated banks.
Realizing financial options and how much can be spent is essential for those in the market
The latest poll taken by the Royal Bank finds the ‘overwhelming majority’ of Canadians remain confident in home ownership.
Don’t panic; expect the Bank of Canada to be cautious when evaluating an increase