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.
In this post we answer a client’s question about what rate they would get if locking in their variable rate mortgage.
Commitment in the mortgage industry has a lot of meanings, from the point a pre-approval is presented to a lender we receive a mortgage “commitment,” we make a commitment to you as your mortgage broker, and you make a commitment to us as the client.
Property assessments can have a big impact on your finances if you’ve been thinking about refinancing your mortgage.
Fixed versus variable rate might make sense to you, but have you ever heard “open versus closed mortgages?”
Most people don’t plan on breaking their mortgage early, but what happens if you end up needing to do this?
This blog post discusses some of the ins and outs of assumable mortgages. While they occur infrequently, they still do happen and you might have questions.