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.
The market is moving fast, but you shouldn’t panic. When the right home comes along, you should be prepared, and act quick. Here’s some things to consider.
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.
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.
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…
Don’t forget about your mortgage renewal.
Real Property Reports (RPR) can avoid costly surprises by providing a property’s accurate representation before you sign on the dotted line. Find out more.