Equity Refinance Mortgage Loans Canada - Equity Mortgage Loans Canada - Second Mortgage Loans Canada
Mortgage Loans Canada, Mortgage Refinance Canada, Equity Mortgage Loans CanadaOnline Mortgage Application Form Instant Mortgage Approval 1-866-573-3122 24 HOUR CUSTOMER SERVICEEQUITY REFINANCE MORTGAGE LOANS CANADA BLOGMortgage Canada Buying and selling a home cheat sheetMortgage Canada Words To Know When Buying A HomeImportant Mortgage Websites linksMortgage Canada Basics - Mortgage Canada GuideMortgage Canada CMHC Newcomers to Canada Buying your First HomeMortgage Canada CMHC Home Buying Step By StepMortgage Canada CMHC Condominium Buyers GuideMortgage Canada Compare all Canadian Credit CardsHow Credit Effects Your Canadian MortgageMortgage Canada CMHC Housing Market Outlook Canada Edition Page 1Mortgage Calculator - Mortgage calculators allow you to make informed mortgage decisions
Equity Refinance Mortgage Loans Canada, Home Equity Unlocking, 1st & 2nd Mortgages, Your Mortgage Experts. My right Mortgage, INSTANT APPROVAL 24/7 CUSTOMER SERVICE FAST MORTGAGE PAYOUTS IN CANADA HIGHEST MORTGAGE APPROVAL RATE IN CANADA 1-866-573-3122

October, 2015
November, 2015
December, 2015
January, 2016

Who’s the ideal finance minister … for brokers?

Cannot execute a query to SQLite database.
The Liberal government has yet to appoint the next minister of finance, but one leading broker has some suggestions for how he or she should oversee mortgage lending policy.

Who’s the ideal finance minister … for brokers?

The Liberal government has yet to appoint the next minister of finance, but one leading broker has some suggestions for how he or she should oversee mortgage lending policy.

“I don’t think much should be changed [by the next Finance Minister]; the guidelines for lending in Canada are already pretty strict,” Darin Bauer, a broker with Mortgage Intelligence, told MortgageBrokerNews.ca. “It’s still quite difficult to get a mortgage in Canada, especially as a self-employed Canadian.

“They shouldn’t do anything and I think most brokers would agree.”

With the Liberals winning a majority in the 42nd general election Monday, a new finance minister will soon be appointed.

Many have already identified a number of forerunners, including; Ralph Goodale (former finance minister from 2003-2006), John McCallum (former Royal Bank chief economist), and Scott Brison (Liberal finance critic since 2010).

Others point to a young standout named Chrystia Freeland, a former business writer and executive at the Wall Street Journal and Thomson Reuters.

“These are names that pop up,” Benjamin Reitzes, senior economist at BMO Capital Markets, told the Financial Post. “Ideally, you want someone with some kind of economic experience and economic background in the first place. Bay Street experience would be one qualification, but I don’t think you necessarily need that.”

For their part, brokers may pull for someone who shares outgoing Finance Minister Joe Oliver’s approach.

“Joe Oliver didn’t really change much; he didn’t do much to rock the boat to be honest,” Bauer said. Flaherty certainly did a lot more.” 
  • GW on 2015-10-26 7:36:15 PM

    Oh yes, Chrystia Freeland, a downtown TO Marxist, advocate of bigger government everywhere in everything yet working hand-in-glove with specific anti-market crony capitalists to perfect society. Pretty boy is putty in her hands.

  • Carsten on 2015-10-27 3:08:14 PM

    When you want to know where Justin Trudeau's "tax the 1%" comes from you should read Chrystia Freeland book "Plutocrats". She has been regularly on GPS / CNN with Fareed Zakaria. Whatever her political orientation is: she is a very smart well informed person.

<< Back Add New Comment
0 items total
Add New Comment
Please type the confirmation code you see on the image*
Reload image

Powered by 4GoodHosting