5 Year Fixed 2.59%

5 Year Variable 2.85%

Current Mortgage News

Great news for those looking for financing, the Bank of Canada has decreased the qualifying rate to 5.19%.

Following three months of increased home sales, June data suggests that the housing market has stabilized resulting from nearly even local markets where sales we up, such as Quebec and Southern Ontario, and markets where sales were down, namely the GVA, Calgary, Halifax, and Newfoundland and Labrador.

Once your home is paid off, consider some alternatives to make your equity work for you.

The Bank of Canada has announced that it will maintain they key interested rate at 1.75%.

Paying down your mortgage principal is an easy tax-free savings concept, especially given the fact that residential sale prices have increased a whopping 52% over the last 10 years!

A new report released by Generation Squeeze, a not-for-profit group that advocates for young Canadians, suggests that the affordability gap between millennials and baby-boomers is larger than people realize.

Latest on the Ottawa real estate market and investing in Ottawa real estate with a mortgage investment corp are featured on this edition of Open House- The Real Estate and Mortgage Show.

Frank Napolitano joins Leslie Roberts to discuss the First Time Home Buyers Incentive plan which is slated for release this September.

Low inventory and decreasing mortgage rates make for a busy Ottawa real estate market.

In the Budget Plan 2019 announcement made by the Liberal government earlier this spring, an announcement was made in regard to a new first time home buyers assistance program. Though at the time, few details were made available more information has now been released regarding the proposed $1.25 billion dollar equity sharing program.

Millennial home ownership trends, tips when listing your home and the importance of a solid pre-approval- All this and more on this edition of Open House- The Real Estate and Mortgage Show.

Canadian households are spending record amounts of their disposable income to service their debt payments according to a new report released by Statistics Canada.