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One way to get around the hefty cost of real estate is co-homeownership, where two or more parties join forces to carry the costs of a home.
The average Canadian mortgage is now almost $200,000, up 5 per cent in a year.
Choosing the right mortgage professional can save you time and money.
That nice house that you saw and qualify for today may be out of reach when – not if, but when – interest rates go up.
It's time to admit what we don't know and create a real strategy to help Canadians manage our money.
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The average mortgage payment for new loans jumped 4.6 per cent in the past year.
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The home renovation business is booming. In Canada alone, construction trends have been hedging towards fixer-uppers instead of breaking new ground. But while many of us are looking forward to those n...
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Banking can be stressful for those of us who aren't financially savvy. But tackling your banking head-on allows you to simplify your life and reduce your overall stress.
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For many Canadians, their monthly mortgage payment is their largest expense. And so, when it comes time to renew your mortgage there are many things to consider. First, you need to establish the steps...
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Finding a great mortgage rate can help make the dream of real estate ownership a reality, but it's not the only important thing to consider when financing a home. From what payment plan would best sui...
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Applying for a mortgage will be one of the most important financial decisions you'll have to make in your life, so you need to make sure you're well-versed and ready for the responsibilities associated with getting a loan.
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The dream of owning a home typically isn’t possible without having a mortgage. But staying informed, understanding all your options, and developing a sound strategy for paying off your mortgage is eas...
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Now that Donald Trump has been sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, should we prepare for an onslaught of Americans moving north and buying Canadian homes? Don't bank on it. Americans cannot just pick up and move here because they don't like their new president.
As we start a new year, we have yet another new poll about how Canadians are once again listing paying down debt as their top financial priority for 2017. This survey, from the CIBC, says that for the seventh straight year concerns about debt were a top concern for most Canadians.