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5 Simple steps for first time buyers
Everyone has to start somewhere and we're glad you started here! Click the video to the left to see the 5 steps you need to know before you buy.
Words to Know When Buying a House
The mortgage process can be overwhelming. Knowing key mortgage and home buying terms can help reduce confusion and assist you in better understanding the process of buying a home. ...more
What do the new mortgage rule changes mean for homeowners?
Last fall, the federal government announced changes to the qualifying criteria to obtain a mortgage in Canada. ...more
Why Should I Get Pre-Approved?
Getting pre-approved gives you a clear picture about your own financial status and helps you manage your investment in a much better way. ...more
Don’t shy away from that fixer-upper…
A Purchase Plus Improvements Mortgage, allows qualified purchasers to borrow up to 20% of the post-renovation value of a home, even with as little as 5% down. ...more
First-Time Home Buyers Tax Credit
Purchasing a home for the first time is perhaps one of the most daunting experiences one will have....more
5 Ways To Improve Your Credit Score
If you currently have a mortgage or looking to obtain one, it is imperative you maintain a healthy credit score. ...more
Mortgage Rates 101: Consider all the factors before choosing.
When choosing a mortgage, it is imperative to know what rate will work best for you – fixed or variable. ...more
Mortgage Types 101: Get to Know the Important Basics
When it comes time to obtain a mortgage, it’s never one-size-fits all; rather there is a variety of options to choose from. ...more
Be life rich, not house poor!
Buying at the top end of your pre-approval price could be setting you up for many dull years to follow. ...more
Choosing a mortgage that's right for you!
With the help of a mortgage broker, selecting the right mortgage has never been easier....more
Who's better? The bank or the broker?
The value of a professional mortgage broker comes from having someone who objectively works for you and is not limited to mortgage product offerings from one source; like a bank....more
What is your credit score?
With a range from 300 to 900, your credit score captures your perceived lending risk at a moment in time. Lets learn more! ...more
Want Choice? Don't use bank, use a broker!
One of the greatest advantages of using a mortgage broker is getting access to over 50 lenders. A bank will only offer you access to their products, while a mortgage broker can offer you more choices through multiple lenders. ...more