I have decided to create a Youtube Channel Dedicated to Mortgage information. This Channel will be for those seeking more information to learn about mortgages before signing one of the biggest commitments of their lives. Some of the topics that I will cover are:
1.Introduction to Channel
2.What is a Mortgage?
Term loan vs. open loan
Financing for property
Term Vs Amortization
3.Broker vs. Banker vs. Mortgage Specialist vs. Online discount broker
Pro and con
Education and training
Relationship model with customers
What is the Daily life of each of the above
Interest Only Payment
Match a Payment or Double up
Miss a payment
What is a penalty?
Why is it charged?
3 months interest Penalty
Interest Rate Differential Penalty
How to avoid Penalty (port + Blend Extend)
7.Type of Mortgages
Fixed and variable
Open and Closed
1 5 year + 7 and 10 year
What is a preapproval
Why is one needed
Difference between preapproval and real approval
Is the rate on my preapproval guaranteed till closing?
What is a rate?
What is interest?
How is interest calculated?
What is interest compounding?
Why does it matter?
How do I get the best rate?
What is an application and how to apply
What is needed to apply for a mortgage (credit, income, downpayment)
Importance of accurate information
Who are the working women in Canada's top 1%?
Even though working women are now more educated than working men, they are still outnumbered in top income groups, accounting for one in five workers in the top 1% in 2015.
Research shows that characteristics such as education, work experience and occupation continue to leave a substantial portion of the overall gender earnings gap unexplained. Some analysts point to the underrepresentation of women in top earnings groups as a further factor contributing to the overall gap. This study provides the first gender-based analysis of workers in the top 1% in Canadathose employed with a total income of $270,900 or more, based on the 2016 Census of Population, and provides new information on the socio-economic characteristics of women who have broken through the glass ceiling. The results of this study will be updated as new information becomes available.
Working women in the top 1% are younger and more educated than their male counterparts
Working women in the top 1% in 2015 were relatively younger than their male counterparts, and had higher levels of education. Specifically, 74.2% of women had obtained a bachelors degree or more, compared with 70.0% of their male counterparts. Further, women were more likely than their male counterparts to have studied in fields such as health or related fields, social and behavioural sciences and law.
Conversely, women in the top 1% were less likely than men to have studied architecture, engineering and related technologies and business, management and public administration.
Bank of Canada maintains overnight rate target at 1 ¾ per cent
The Bank of Canada today maintained its target for the overnight rate at 1 per cent.
The Bank Rate is correspondingly 2 per cent and the deposit rate is 1 per cent. The global economic expansion continues to moderate, with growth forecast to slow to 3.4 per cent in 2019 from 3.7 per cent in 2018. In particular, growth in the United States remains solid but is expected to slow to a more sustainable pace through 2019. However, there are increasing signs that the US-China trade conflict is weighing on global demand and commodity prices.
Global benchmark prices for oil have been about 25 per cent lower than assumed in the October Monetary Policy Report (MPR). The lower prices primarily reflect sustained increases in US oil supply and, more recently, increased worries about global demand. These worries among market participants have also been reflected in bond and equity markets.
The drop in global oil prices has a material impact on the Canadian outlook, resulting in lower terms of trade and national income. As well, transportation constraints and rising production have combined to push up oil inventories in the west and exert even more downward pressure on Canadian benchmark prices. While price differentials have narrowed in recent weeks following announced mandatory production cuts in Alberta, investment in Canadas oil sector is projected to weaken further.