Mortgage Broker News and Vine Group’s David Goncalves and Hugo Dos Reis discuss how proposals to hike the stress test rate might impact the housing market. Full article linked here.
VINE Group’s Preet Singh was interviewed by The Globe & Mail for their October 2020 article on Mortgage Deferrals and the Alberta housing market.
VINE Group’s Shannon Patterson was interviewed by Sage Magazine for their Winter 2019 feature on Reverse Mortgages. You can read the full magazine by clicking here.
It started out with the detached homes, and now the condo market in Metro Vancouver appears to be cooling down. But just how significant is the recent stall in the market and will it stay this way? Mortgage and investment advisor Peter Kinch joined Jennifer Palma on BC1 to help answer those questions. Watch the
By Neil Sharma The Vine Group has been the top-producing team in the Mortgage Alliance family for the past two years, and, perhaps unsurprisingly, it’s on pace to set yet another record year. After doing $400 million in 2017 and $500m last year, Vine Group is on pace for over $600m in 2019, and according to its
By Neil Sharma With no sign of residential lending restrictions loosening any time soon, demand for commercial real estate has become white-hot. “On the commercial front, we’re seeing a lot more activity on buildings of more than 5 units,” said David Goncalves, a mortgage broker and partner of Mortgage Alliance Vine Group. “We’re seeing this upswing because
VINE Group’s Regional Director and Mortgage Broker, Shannon Patterson weighs in on the changes in mortgage lending and new tax initiatives in BC. Read the full article here.
Our very own Johnson Andrews was interviewed by the weekly podcast “Life After Hockey” presented by TSN. Prior to joining VINE Group as our Senior Credit Analyst, Johnson was a hockey all-star playing in the OHL for the Niagara IceDogs and with Brock University where he completed his MBA in 2017. Listen to the full
Do assessed values reflect what a house could be bought or sold for today? Peter Kinch shares his thoughts on CTV Morning Live. Watch the segment here.
A new report suggests BC’s housing market is in the midst of a recession that could last for at least three years. For analysis and a forecast of things to come, real estate analyst, author, mortgage investment adviser Peter Kinch joined Jennifer Palma on BC1. Watch the segment here.