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Thursday, March 16th, 2017

Household debt worries ease as pace of mortgage borrowing slows in May: study – Consult with a Vancouver Mortgage Broker

Royal Bank says Canadians have been slowing down the amount of debt they are taking on to buy real estate, easing concerns about household vulnerability. The RBC paper notes that overall household debt accumulation remained flat-lined at 4.2 per cent growth in May, about the same level as the previous three months. Outstanding mortgage debt […]

YOUNGER CANADIANS PUT BRAKES ON DEBT IN 2012, OLDER KEEP BORROWING

YOUNGER CANADIANS PUT BRAKES ON DEBT IN 2012, OLDER KEEP BORROWING Click here to download PDF report Highlights •  In 2012, Canadian household debt grew at its slowest pace since 2003 and the upward trend in the  household debt-to-income ratio ebbed. Ipsos Reid survey data suggests that there was diverging  borrowing behaviour across age groups […]

Canada Household Debt: Majority Frets About What They Owe, But Still Think Others Are The Real Problem

With policymakers warning about rising household debt levels, a new survey shows that Canadians are both worried about what they owe, and in denial about how their debt compares to those around them. The seemingly contradictory conclusion was reported on Monday by the Toronto-based online mortgage comparison service 


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