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Could Mortgage Rates Start to Rise Sooner than Expected?

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While Canada’s economy recorded its largest-ever annual GDP drop of 5.1% last year, it’s also on track to post a comeback in Q4, which could force the Bank of Canada’s hand in reining inflation in sooner than anticipated. “That carries potentially strong policy implications for the Bank of Canada that is increasingly looking as if [&hellip…

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Revealed – how high reverse mortgage debt became in Canada in 2020

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The borrowing spree of Canada’s elderly is showing no signs of slowing down, with the national reverse mortgage debt balance swelling by 12.55% annually to reach $4.42 billion before the end of 2020. According to data from the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions, the October figures were also 1.19% larger than the September balance, [&hellip…

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Shaping 2021: Digital as the key driver of the Canadian Mortgage Industry

As mortgage goes digital, it’s about serving customers andreducing costs. As we head toward the start of a new yearand we continue to deal with the impactsof the COVID-19 pandemic, reducing costsand increasing efficiency continue to be toppriorities for lenders and brokers. To meetboth objectives, the pace of digital adoptionneeds to accelerate across the industry. [&hellip…

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