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Blog by Mehrnaz Chitsaz
While the Bank of Canada announced earlier today that it is keeping its key policy rate steady, it hinted that a rate hike mabe on the horizon as the Canadian economy grows closer to full capacity.
In an statement the Bank indicated that it expects "growth in Canada to re-accelerate in the second half of 2012." The Bank estimates that the Canadian economy will grow by 2.8 per cent in ...
According to The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver
The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV)Home buyer and seller activity increases in busy spring market
The Greater Vancouver housing market experienced increased activity in April thanks to a steady balance of home buyers and sellers entering the marketplace.
The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) reports ...
RBC ROYAL BANK CHANGES RESIDENTIAL MORTGAGE RATES
TORONTO, March 29, 2010 — RBC Royal Bank announced today that it is changing
its residential mortgage rates effective March 30, 2010.
The changes are as follows:
Fixed Rate Mortgages
Three-year closed 4.35 per cent (increased by 0.20 per cent)
Four-year closed 5.34 per cent (increased by 0.40 per cent)
Five-year closed 5.85 per ...
Homeowners can save significant money by conserving water in their bathrooms with these easy, energy-saving tips:
- Take shorter showers. By cutting shower time from ten minutes to five, based on one shower a day, BC Hydro predicts an average saving of 34,675 litres of water annually. The hot water from showers can account for as much as 25 per ...
For First time homebuyers ... The Property
Transfer Tax the dollar amount has changed from $375,000 to
70% Loan To Value Has Been Lifted.
Property Transfer Tax Act The following changes have been made, effective February 20, 2008:
• The fair market value
threshold for eligible residential property under the First
Time Home Buye ...