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Frank, Paul & Steve have reunited for another episode of The Real Estate and Mortgage Show!

Despite recent policies attempting to slow down the housing industry, the pace of home-building across Canada continued to pick up in January.

Do you have a plan for retirement? It's never too early to begin a "cash diet" in order to strengthen your financial future. These 5 steps can help you kick start your plan!

Steve, Frank & Paul are joined by Michael Hapke on this week's episode of the Real Estate and Mortgage Show. The group discus the recent and upcoming mortgage changes and how they can impact current and future home buyers.

Genworth Canada announced late Tuesday that it would be increasing its mortgage insurance premium rates for homebuyers - matching CMHC's premiums which come into affect March 17th, 2017.

For the third time in four years, CMHC will be increasing its mortgage insurance premiums. This will result in a higher monthly payment for home buyers who require mortgage default loan insurance & looking to purchase a new home on or after March 17th, 2017

Imagine watching your credit score plummet after spending your entire adult life maintaining good credit.

Is your wallet prepared for this upcoming Holiday season? Don't let the Holiday expenses snowball into a huge debt. Here are some tips to help your wallet make it through the next few weeks.

Ontario will refund first-time home buyers up to $4,000 from the land-transfer tax, a small step to ease the pain of the continued increase in price related to the housing market.

Steve, Barb and Lisa take all of your real estate and mortgage questions. If your mortgage renewal is up next year, would it be a little early to look now to renew? With the holidays around the corner, what are some DOs and DON'Ts when you are selling your home? These questions... answered on another episode of Open House.

On this week's episode, Steve, Barb, Frank and Lisa continue to discuss the impact of Ottawa's new mortgage qualifying policies which have come into effect.

With new mortgage policies recently announced by Ottawa, now is the time to plan out how you can begin to save money for a down payment! Here are some tips.