Are New Mortgage Rules A Non-Event?

Are New Mortgage Rules A Non-Event?
OSFI (The Office of Superintendent for Financial Institutions) finally came out with their B-21 lending rules. Twenty one more recommendations made for banks and federally related lenders to follow. But has a lot changed? Not really. They also came out with B-20 rules back in 2012 which did make some big changes and made mortgages harder to get. 
Below is a recent article by Canadian Mortgage Trends which states their opinion on the above as well as some of the changes that were made. If interested click here:
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