Non-banks ‘crippled’ by Ottawa’s changes to mortgage lending Open this photo in gallery: Non-bank lenders now control nearly a third of the market for new mortgages in Canada, roughly $100.
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Ontario broker lobbies for tighter ‘mortgage suitability’ regs The head of a large Ontario brokerage – and VP of the province’s mortgage broker association, IMBA – is lobbying for "better-defined" guidelines around "mortgage suitability" in the governing act, arguing it would help fend off competition from the banks.
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New mortgage rules take effect as Ottawa tries to cool Toronto and vancouver markets alexandra posadzki and staff writers The Canadian Real Estate Association says sales of existing homes rose by eight per cent last month compared to a year ago, while the national average home price soared 17 per cent.
Ottawa’s new mortgage rules a prudent measure, says CIBC head By Andy Blatchford The Canadian Press Ottawa’s new real estate rules are in the best interest of Canadians, says CIBC’s president.
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High-end home sales impacted less than overall market by Ottawa’s mortgage rule changes Ottawa’s tightened mortgage rules seem to have had less of an impact on high-end real estate than on the.
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CREA worries Ottawa’s new mortgage rules will dampen home sales in 2016 CREA voiced the worries as it released a forecast Tuesday that existing home sales in Canada are set to reach 504,000 in.
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