Reverse mortgages are designed specifically for Canadian homeowners who are 55 years old or older and have concerns about their financial position.
Insurance required or offered when you get a mortgage can be confusing. In this post, we explain the different kinds.
In this post we show the different penalties charges when breaking your mortgage early.
Dreaming of having renters pay off your mortgage? In this post, we look at how rental income property works, and what rules and calculations lenders use.
Learn the difference between a conventional mortgage versus a high ratio mortgage, and how mortgage default insurance comes into play.
Home appraisers look at two key things when making their home assessment.
What exactly is a credit report and why is it so important when it comes to obtaining a mortgage?
Comparison graph of the average posted versus prime rate over the past 40 years based on Bank of Canada, Data and Statistics office.
Home ownership, for most of us, is the biggest purchase and commitment we take. A big question that arises is how much do we spend?
When applying for a mortgage lenders may require a two year history on your income.