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15
Apr

Mortgage Renewal- 5 Helpful Tips

It is that time of year, time to get your mortgage renewal out of the way. Here are some tips to help you to get the most out of your mortgage renewal 1. Get going early on your mortgage renewal Start shopping around 6 months before your mortgage renewal is up. That is the...
31
Mar

5 Mistakes of a First Time Home Buyer

Are you having thoughts of becoming a first time home buyer? There are many benefits to owning your own home. However, you have to think and approach this in a smart manner by researching online mortgage calculators or asking questions with different financial advisors. But...
25
Apr

Mortgage Renewal – Fredericton

Many people have mortgages that will need renewal in the spring. This means that you may be receiving mortgage renewal papers in the mail from your current mortgage provider asking you to complete a mortgage renewal with them. Before signing and sending back any forms they send...
03
Mar

CMHC New Premium – Adam Jardine

As some of you know, on February 28th CMHC increased its Mortgage Insurance Premium. Here’s what it will mean to you when purchasing a home with a 5% down payment:   Loan Amount (Purchase Price) $150,000 $250,000 $350,000 $450,000 Current Premium $4,125 $6,875 $9,625...
23
Jan

Mortgage Broker OR a Rep?

If you are a Canadian homeowner or a buyer, stuck in stages of mortgage years, it may feel that all and sundry wants a piece of you. That is because mortgages are large. Lenders will entice you with low mortgage rates or special promotions. But, what you need is a mortgage that...
22
Jan

Don’t like House Hunting in the cold?

During the cold weather months it always makes for slow months in the housing market. Who can really blame people for not wanting to march through the cold temperatures and ice-coated sidewalks over and over again to find their perfect home? We all know that spring is the time...
14
Jan

Mortgage Renewal – Tanner Tucker

Upcoming Mortgage Renewal? Be Prepared. Lately, I’ve been working with several clients that have upcoming mortgage renewals. Your current lender will probably send you a renewal offer in the mail, hoping that you just sign the bottom and send it back. While the ease of that...