Downtown Toronto Condo Rental market

28 November 2012

The first part of our Blog pointed out the key difference between Good Debt and Bad. Good debt is that which produces an income or is used to purchase an asset that will appreciate over time. For example: borrowing money to invest in stocks, a business, and real estate.

Good Debt VS Bad Debt

21 November 2012

The current focus of both Mr. Carney and Mr. Flaherty of our Federal Government seems to be: the ratio of consumer debt to disposable income: now sitting at 162%. This is at an all time high and both seem convinced that this will lead to a major housing correction and consumer bankruptcies.