Today’s Mortgage Rates – with James Robinson James Robinson is a Managing Partner and Mortgage Broker with The Mortgage Centre in Toronto. In this video he will tell you about today's rates and what that means to you as a borrower. James can be reached directly at 416-417-0191 The Nancy Wilson Team can be reached at 416-699-9292


Re/Max forecasts ‘exceptionally healthy’ residential real estate market in 2014

We found this article posted on the City News website today and thought we should share it with all of you! Canada can expect an “exceptionally healthy” housing market in 2014 thanks to improvements in the overall economy that helped produce a surge in the latter half of this year, a leading real estate group... Continue Reading →

200+ Showings and 150k Over Asking? Warm Weather Heats Up Winter Market

An unseasonably warm winter (we aren’t complaining) and very low mortgage rates (thanks to BMO’s 5-year fixed 2.99% promotion) have kept Buyer’s active in 2012. Buyer's definitely aren't hibernating, but instead, are eager to explore their future neighbourhood of choice and check out weekend Open Houses.  Toronto Realtors reported 4,567 sales in Jan 2012, which is an increase... Continue Reading →

Toronto Housing Market Still on Fire!

The country’s largest housing market continues to post double digit year over year price increases  — likely meaning the national average will get a boost when the figure is  released by the Canadian Real Estate Association on Dec. 15. The Toronto Real Estate Association says the average price of a detached home in the 416 district... Continue Reading →

Low Interest Rates Boost Housing Market: BMO

The Canadian Housing Market seems to be planted fairly firmly in balanced territory, and BMO Economics feels that this is in large part to a continuation of a low interest rate environment. "Low mortgage rates are offsetting weaker consumer confidence and cooling job growth," said Robert Kavcic, Economist, and BMO Capital Markets. "Relatively stable sales... Continue Reading →

Blog at

Up ↑