Canadian real estate buyers, already hammered by the new OSFI mortgage stress test, are going to see their borrowing power reduced even further as rates climb.
Canadian real estate would have seen over 81,000 mortgages not qualify if low-ratio stress testing went live last year, here’s what that could mean.
Canadian real estate buyers have been maxing out their borrowing room, according to calculations from the Bank of Canada.
Canadian real estate buyers are increasingly turning to non-regulated lenders according to the Bank of Canada.
Canadian real estate debt problems are growing, as seniors increasingly turn to reverse mortgages to make up the gap between their home equity and retirement savings.
China is dealing with some of the world’s most ruthless real estate speculators. Here are some lessons Canada should take away.
Consumer credit growth is starting to decelerate faster than anticipated, and that’s bad news for Canadian real estate.
Canadian real estate has more in common with the US bubble than we thought, and why Ottawa doesn’t care about your high debt levels.
Canadian real estate looks a lot like the US market before the crash, now that new research disproves the subprime myth.
Canadian real estate prices are skyrocketing, along with household debt. Here is data from Ottawa, that doesn’t make it seem all that bad.