Mortgages: the Solution, Not the Problem

The year was 2005. Tiger Woods was beginning what was sure to be a long and blissful marriage to wife Elin, Mel Gibson was the darling of Hollywood after steering “Passion of the Christ” to over $600 million at the box office and US house prices were at record highs after 5 consecutive years of… Continue reading Mortgages: the Solution, Not the Problem

The Case for Variable Rates Strengthens

“To do nothing at all is the most difficult thing in the world, the most difficult and the most intellectual.” – Oscar Wilde Governor Carney will be hoping that the words of Mr. Wilde ring true in the coming months if his plans to revive the declining Canadian economy prove successful. In the face of… Continue reading The Case for Variable Rates Strengthens