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602, 2020

Fast Five | February 2020

By |February 6th, 2020|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Round 2 of our "Fast Five" Series. This month we are covering our usual 5 key things you need to know about the mortgage industry. We send this out in our monthly newsletter but also want to keep you in the loop if you aren't yet on our mailing list. So without further ado, here are your Fast

2901, 2020

Private Mortgages—Do they ever make sense?

By |January 29th, 2020|Getting a Mortgage|0 Comments

We’ve talked previously about how some mortgage-seekers don’t fit into the “Lending Box”. For one reason or another, they might just not check off all the boxes or perhaps there is an additional element to their situation that is uncommon. It could also be that due to the tighter mortgage regulations, you may require an alternative solution.

1601, 2020

Fast Five | January 2020 Edition

By |January 16th, 2020|mortgage trends|0 Comments

Happy New Year Everyone! We are excited for what this year holds and for everything that we have seen happening in the mortgage industry the past few months. One new thing we are introducing is our "Fast Five" Series. This will include 5 key things you need to know about the mortgage industry for this month. We

2111, 2019

5 Mistakes First Time Home Buyers Make

By |November 21st, 2019|First Time Home Buyers|0 Comments

Buying a home might just be the biggest purchase of your life—it’s important to do your homework before jumping in! We have outlined the 5 mistakes First Time Home Buyers commonly make, and how you can avoid them and look like a Home Buying Champ.   Shopping Outside Your Budget  It’s always an excellent idea to get

410, 2019

Client Success Story: CHIP Reverse Mortgages

By |October 4th, 2019|Refinancing|0 Comments

A retired couple on fixed pensions found themselves struggling to make ends meet each month. Both were in good health and wanted to maintain an active lifestyle. They had spent their working years paying off their mortgage and had little saved in their RRSPs.   Now both in their 70s, they’re mortgage free. They love their neighborhood