With relationships on our mind, we’re turning our attention to one of the most important relationships for a potential/current homeowner: The mortgage relationship!
You might hear the term “statement of adjustments” and wonder what that means. Let’s have a look at what it really means to you.
Learn about the new First Time Home Buyers Incentive and how it might work for you. We’ve captured details of the program and some pros and cons.
Learn about the new First Time Home Buyers Incentive and how it might work for you. Lower your monthly costs by taking advantage the offer of an additional 5% or 10% down payment, depending on the property, and qualifications.
Learn about a Purchase Plus Improvements Mortgage and how you can add on up to 10% of the purchase price of your home to put towards home renovations at the time of purchase.
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.
Real Property Report, what is it exactly and how important is it to our offer to purchase.
In this post we show the different penalties charges when breaking your mortgage early.
What exactly is a credit report and why is it so important when it comes to obtaining a mortgage?