29 Jun 2016

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How Brexit affects Canadian real estate (maybe)

In case you missed the big Brexit story this past week, there was a big referendum held last week, at which the UK voted in favour of leaving the EU. Naturally, this story has made headlines worldwide, and the effects of this move will have a global impact as well. While the effects of the Brexit remain to be seen, we will learn more as the situation unfolds elsewhere. However, this is what experts are predicting for Canadian real estate as a result of this move. Low interest rates: pressure is on Canada to keep interest rates at historically low levels. Less British tourists and immigrants: because…

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22 Jun 2016

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A snapshot of the housing and mortgage...

Genworth Financial recently released their spring/summer report for 2016, and it broke down the housing and mortgage trends…

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15 Jun 2016

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Do you have the right home insurance?

On the upcoming anniversary of the 2013 flood in Calgary, a news story has broke that shows many…

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7 Jun 2016

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Canadian home buying patterns revealed

CMHC released its annual Mortgage Consumer Survey today, which unveils the home buying and mortgage behaviours of Canadians.…

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3 Jun 2016

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Bank of Canada Remains Sidelined

As you know, your variable rate mortgage, line of credit and/or student loans are all based on the Prime Rate and here is…

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3 Jun 2016

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Canadian Mortgage Rates to Increase...

What’s interesting is that we are expecting interest rates to increase slightly after July 1, as all lenders…

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2 Jun 2016

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First-time buyers, I’m talking to...

The latest statistics released by CREB, show that Calgary is still in a buyer’s market. What does this…

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