February

February 24, 2011

Canada’s home price index snaps slide

TORONTO Canadian home resale prices broke a three-month string of declines in December as five of six metropolitan markets rose, the Teranet-National Bank Composite House Price Index showed on Wednesday. The index, which measures price changes for repeat sales of […]
February 22, 2011

Canada Bucks Inflation Trend

Contrary to expectations, inflation in Canada actually fell in January, according to the recent Consumer Price Index released by Statistics Canada.   Most other nations around the world are working hard to curb rising inflation; Canada is bucking the trend […]
February 18, 2011

Why to Mortgage rates rise fast and fall slowly?

Why do mortgage rates rise quickly but fall like molasses? That’s the question posed by an article in the latest issue of the Bank of Canada Review, and it’s a good one. The report, by Jason Allen of the central […]
February 16, 2011

Housing price hits Record!!!

The resale housing market in Canada continues to defy all skeptics. The average home price reached a record high last month and, with room yet to move, has renewed worries that a major correction looms. For months, the predicted pullback […]
February 9, 2011

Ready to Move Up?

Today’s market has created an environment where it is a great time to be a buyer. Interest rates are still at historical lows, the job market is improving, and affordability is near generational highs. Read the Full Story At: http://realtytimes.com/rtpages/20110208_moveup.htm
February 4, 2011

Good Start to 2011!!

February 4, 2011 — Greater Toronto REALTORS® reported 4,337 transactions through the TorontoMLS® system in January 2011. This result was 13 per cent lower than the record result reported in January 2010. “While off the record pace experienced a year […]
February 1, 2011

Mortgage Info – Whether you are thinking of Buying or Refinancing !!!

Buying your first home? Renegotiating your mortgage? Want to know more about loans, lines of credit or other financial products or services? Visit the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada’s (FCAC) website for free, unbiased financial information in one location. Check […]