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With the Toronto and Vancouver markets making waves in the headlines over the last few years, it's now Ottawa’s turn for the real estate spotlight.

The Financial Accountability Office of Ontario has released their report detailing their findings on the Ontario household debt load.

National Bank of Canada economists Stéfane Marion and Matthieu Arseneau have published a report that takes a deep dive into the typical Canadian household's debt and income levels and find that the reality is not as dire (when compared to our counterparts south of the border) once the typical Canadian's health care costs are added back.

Annette Goerner is joined by Frank Napolitano of Mortgage Brokers Ottawa and Michael Hapke of Advanced Mortgage Investment Corporation discussing the option of private mortgages for individual mortgage needs and for investors.

We read and enjoyed this article and report from iCapital Network out of the US. iCapital's research "'demonstrates that single-family offices, which otherwise hold complex priorities unique to the family they serve, are united in a belief that alternative investments can play a role in long-term wealth accumulation,” said Lawrence Calcano, chief executive officer of iCapital Network.

According to a credit monitoring agency, TransUnion, fewer borrowers are falling behind on their mortgage payments.

The Bank of Canada has maintained the key interest rate target at 1.25% in light of recent trade policy developments.

Thinking about investing in RSP, RESP & TFSA's? Frank Napolitano & Anisa Lancione, Director of Lending at Advanced Mortgage Investment Corporation talk about how you can take advantage of investing in mortgages!

Mortgage broker Kyle Miller of iloveottawarealestate.com talks with Mike Hapke, president of Advanced Group of Companies in Ottawa, ON. They discuss private lending and how investing in real estate is the best way to increase net worth.

Michael Hapke of Mortgage Brokers Ottawa joins Lianne Lang on CTV Morning Live to discuss Real Estate Investing.