Limited exposure to U.S. commercial real estate giving Canadian bank investors hope. Why? – National

Limited exposure to U.S. commercial real estate (CRE) is giving shareholders hope that Canada’s big banks can weather the storm that has rocked rivals in the United States and Europe.

However, investors will be on alert for signs of stress

How to Pay for Home Renovations Without Breaking the Bank

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The home renovation process often starts with something simple, such as a homeowner’s desire to replace the ugly tile in the bathroom that they’ve put up with long enough, or the need to repurpose an unused dining room

Short-term relief from Bank of Canada rate hold and more Canadian real estate news for September 9

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Here are The Globe and Mail’s top housing and real estate stories this week, with the lowest mortgage rates available in

Canadian bank earnings at risk from office real estate exposure

Commercial real estate loans represent the second-largest lending exposure of Canada’s six largest banks

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Commercial real estate is in trouble. A bank crisis makes it worse.

If there is anything commercial real estate owners don’t need right now, it’s a banking crisis.

Big owners of property around the country were already under pressure from the Federal Reserve’s aggressive campaign to raise interest rates, which raised borrowing