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mortgages Canada

Half a million deferrals or skip-a-payment requests are in the works.
Did you get grandma to buy your house for you? Be honest.
Mortgage growth hits its lowest level in 15 years as homebuyers grapple with new rules and higher interest rates.
Canadians are managing their payments well, despite growing debt levels, TransUnion finds.
But with a slowdown in the housing market likely ahead, that probably won't last.
Buyers of million-dollar homes are going to have a tougher time claiming poverty-level incomes.
About $124 million-worth of mortgages sold by Laurentian are "problematic."
The bank reiterates its concerns about Canadians' debt, but sees some signs of improvement.
The average Canadian mortgage is now almost $200,000, up 5 per cent in a year.