Mortgage Advice From Experienced Professionals
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What to Expect for Home Values in 2023
As we ring in the new year, we’re hearing the same thing from different market survey forecasts. Many properties have come down in value, but forecasts suggest that values will increase by the end of this
The Most Recent Bank of Canada Rate Hike
Last week, the Bank of Canada announced another rate increase. For anyone I’ve been speaking with for the last few months, last week’s rate increase announcement is unwelcomed but not a shock. We have been budgeting
Bank of Canada Rate Hike: What does that mean for you?
What does the latest Bank of Canada rate hike mean for you? Watch the video to find out!
Why A Financing Condition Is So Important Right Now
As I’m sure you know, the housing market is constantly changing and if you’re someone who is buying, selling, or working in the field, it is always a good idea to stay on top of it.
Types of Mortgage Interest Rates
There are many options to consider when it comes to your mortgage’s interest rate. Before making your decision, it’s important to know the different types of interest rates and have a basic understanding of how they
What Mortgage Brokers Can Offer You
When it comes to buying or refinancing a home, it’s a good idea to consider all your options. You might find yourself wondering whether you should go with a mortgage broker or with your bank—and what
What You Should Know About Mortgage Renewals
Are you wondering about mortgage renewals? When the end of your mortgage term nears, it’s crucial to think about your next steps. You have a few options to choose from: Stay with your current lender at
Purchase Plus Improvements
The best place to start the mortgage process is with a pre-approval. But once you’ve been pre-approved for a mortgage and you’ve been shopping with location in mind, what happens when you can’t find a suitable
Credit and Mortgage Financing
Credit. The ability of a customer to obtain goods or services before payment, based on the trust that you will make payments in the future. When you borrow money to buy a property, you’ll be required