Reverse mortgages are designed specifically for Canadian homeowners who are 55 years old or older and have concerns about their financial position.
The mortgage renewal rate you qualify for varies depending on the mortgage you have. We’ll explain insured, insurable, and uninsured mortgages and the differences and rates available to you at mortgage renewal time.
Insurance required or offered when you get a mortgage can be confusing. In this post, we explain the different kinds.
Learn the difference between a conventional mortgage versus a high ratio mortgage, and how mortgage default insurance comes into play.
Comparison graph of the average posted versus prime rate over the past 40 years based on Bank of Canada, Data and Statistics office.
Rules, rules, rules. Let’s have a look at how the New Mortgage Rules of October 2016 may impact you and what do they really mean
When applying for a mortgage lenders may require a two year history on your income.
In this blog we’ll review condo fees, the importance of healthy condo association financials and what special assessments are.
In this post we’ll share some information on Monoline Lenders and why they may be your best choice.
Here is another example of collateral mortgages and the fine print.