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Marg DeBoer

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‘Working with Marg to obtain a mortgage on our house was a smooth and efficient process. Marg treated us like we were her only clients; being quick to respond to questions and consistently helpful. I feel like she got us the best rates around, and helped us obtain a secured line of credit at an amazing rate as well. I wouldn’t need to use any other mortgage broker! Marg is highly knowledgeable and trustworthy at what she does.’
Sarah & Nate

We were incredibly fortunate to have had a chance to work with Marg on our house refinance! She was attentive, clear, and invested in our experience. Any concerns we had about the process were quickly simplified and addressed. Marg made the entire experience as painless as possible and was truly invested in our little family’s wellbeing. I not only would recommend her to other but will be returning to her for any services we may need in the future!
Pamela & Alex

I would highly recommend Marg. I guarantee you will be absolutely thrilled you did. Not only is she excellent at what she does, she is also so thoughtful, understanding and pleasant. She will walk you through everything, explain in detail all your options, remind you when you need to get things done. Marg had all the bases covered and she got me an excellent rate. She always returned all my calls promptly and has given me some solid guidance and for that, I am truly grateful.
Linda 

Thank you for your sweet encouragement and supporting us through the smooth and quick process of buying our first home! We appreciate your availability, willingness to connect, and prompt answers to our many questions. 
Brad & Natalya

Thank you very much, Marg, for working with us. You are an exceptional listener, you are very knowledgeable, and you are compassionate - helping us to find a solution that works best for us. We look forward to continuing to work with you!
Jaimie & Ruben

 

 

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Bank of Canada maintains policy rate, continues forward guidance and current pace of quantitative easing

The Bank of Canada on September 8th held its target for the overnight rate at the effective lower bound of percent, with the Bank Rate at percent and the deposit rate at percent. The Bank is maintaining its extraordinary forward guidance on the path for the overnight rate. This is reinforced and supplemented by the Banks quantitative easing (QE) program, which is being maintained at a target pace of $2 billion per week. The global economic recovery continued through the second quarter, led by strong US growth, and had solid momentum heading into the third quarter. However, supply chain disruptions are restraining activity in some sectors and rising cases of COVID-19 in many regions pose a risk to the strength of the global recovery. Financial conditions remain highly accommodative. In Canada, GDP contracted by about 1 percent in the second quarter, weaker than anticipated in the Banks July Monetary Policy Report (MPR). This largely reflects a contraction in exports, due in part to supply chain disruptions, especially in the auto sector. Housing market activity pulled back from recent high levels, largely as expected. Consumption, business investment and government spending all contributed positively to growth, with domestic demand growing at more than 3 percent. Employment rebounded through June and July, with hard-to-distance sectors hiring as public health restrictions eased. This is reducing unevenness in the labour market, although considerable slack remains and some groups particularly low-wage workers are still disproportionately affected. The Bank continues to expect the economy to strengthen in the second half of 2021, although the fourth wave of COVID-19 infections and ongoing supply bottlenecks could weigh on the recovery. CPI inflation remains above 3 percent as expected, boosted by base-year effects, gasoline prices, and pandemic-related supply bottlenecks. These factors pushing up inflation are expected to be transitory, but their persistence and magnitude are uncertain and will be monitored closely. Wage increases have been moderate to date, and medium-term inflation expectations remain well-anchored. Core measures of inflation have risen, but by less than the CPI. The Governing Council judges that the Canadian economy still has considerable excess capacity, and that the recovery continues to require extraordinary monetary policy support. [The Bank of Canada] remains committed to holding the policy interest rate at the effective lower bound until economic slack is absorbed so that the 2 percent inflation target is sustainably achieved. In the Banks July projection, this happens in the second half of 2022. The Banks QE program continues to reinforce this commitment and keep interest rates low across the yield curve. Decisions regarding future adjustments to the pace of net bond purchases will be guided by Governing Councils ongoing assessment of the strength and durability of the recovery. [The Bank of Canada] will continue to provide the appropriate degree of monetary policy stimulus to support the recovery and achieve the inflation objective. Information note The next scheduled date for announcing the overnight rate target is October 27, 2021. The next full update of the Banks outlook for the economy and inflation, including risks to the projection, will be published in the MPR at the same time. Source: Bank of Canada

Ontario weighs down residential permits nationally

The total value of building permits in Canada decreased 3.9% to $9.9 billion in July. All provinces except British Columbia and Newfoundland and Labrador posted lower values, with the majority of the national decline reported in Alberta (-23.4%). Building permits fell 3.1% in the residential sector and 5.6% in the non-residential sector. On a constant dollar basis (2012=100), building permits fell 3.8% to $7.0 billion. Seven provinces reported declines in the residential sector, led by Ontario (-10.5%). Single-family permits fell 9.6% in July, with two provinces showing growth. Ontario (-9.1%) contributed the most to the decrease. Construction intentions for multi-family units rose 2.7% in July. British Columbia posted an increase of 55.1%, which was driven by high-valued condo projects in the city of Surrey. In contrast, Ontario reversed strong growth in June (+67.6%) and fell 11.7% in July due to fewer high-valued condo permits reported for the census metropolitan areas (CMA) of Hamilton and Guelph.

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