Mortgage terminology can be a bit tricky sometimes. Here’s a quick round up of seven common words we use when we work on your file.
Your credit score is just one factor, but it’s probably the most important. In this post, what to do if your credit is less than perfect.
Is it worth it to upgrade and perform renovations rather than repairs? Maybe. Sometimes. Read this post to find out why we aren’t more definitive.
Dreaming about secondary homes or a recreational properties? There’s a few different rules, but we can help you make sense of them. Check out this post.
Already own a home and thinking about financing some improvements with your refinance? Here are two ideas to consider.
This post touches on what exactly is a down payment and the related requirements.
CREDIT REPORTS: GDS AND TDS (WE SWEAR IT’S NOT ALPHABET SOUP) What does it mean to be “qualified”? The word “qualified” gets tossed around a lot when people talk about financing, but what exactly does it mean to be qualified in a financial sense, and how do lenders make that determination? The primary calculations that…
A property “title” can refer to two things: 1) an interest in a property – as in a theoretical thing and 2) the actual documents that make up the legal paperwork.
Don’t forget about your mortgage renewal.
In this post, we take a look at some of the fees you might have to cover when you’re buying a home. (Spoiler: our fees aren’t on the list!)