Here’s a daily helping of fresh Canadian mortgage news (the italics are the Spy’s 2 cents).
Reader note: RateSpy’s mortgage news is now at → RATESDOTCA.
- How Not to Lose Money in Mortgages (RATESDOTCA)
- Outsmarting the bond market isn’t as easy as some mortgage pundits would have you believe.
- Amid hot housing market, stretched borrowers may be stretching the truth to get loans (Financial Post – Subscription)
- When the industry and authorities refuse to make examples of shady borrowers, we get more shady borrowers.
- Housing is keeping Canada’s economy going and that’s bad news when the bubble pops (Financial Post – Subscription)
- Prozac, Zoloft and Paxil sales must go up after Rosie publishes his columns.
- How prevalent has the “urban exodus” become among first-time buyers? (Mortgage Broker News)
- Making housing more affordable requires action from all government levels (Toronto Sun)
- The cats must be herded.
- Canadians investing in their homes (Toronto Sun)
- 50% of renos stem from the desire to age more comfortably at home: poll.
- Mortgages going sideways (The Mortgage Gal)
- Purchase conditions exist for a reason…because purchases fall apart.