Conditionally Approved vs Unconditionally Approved

Posted On Mar 16, 2021

Learn the difference between conditionally approved and unconditionally approved. These are two terms that you will hear once you make an offer on a home. Don't be confused by the meanings when the time comes to finalize your mortgage approval...

Put Your Tax Refund To Work!

Posted On Mar 09, 2021

With the average Canadian tax refund of around $1400, it's tempting to spend it carelessly. However, every financial advisor, banker and mortgage broker will tell you…STOP TREATING IT LIKE LOOSE CHANGE YOU FOUND IN YOUR OLD JEAN POCKETSA tax...

What Your Spending Habits Say About You

Posted On Feb 18, 2021

What do your spending habits say about you?According to a study done by the Association for Psychological Science, decisions on how you spend your money can signal critical traits about your personality. For instance, people who tend to be neurotics...

What You Need To Know Before Switching Your Mortgage

Posted On Jan 28, 2021

This is the ideal time for you to take a look at your mortgage and see if you could benefit from current market movements.You might be able to lower your interest rate or monthly mortgage payments, take cash out for home improvements, or consolidate...

Builder Mortgage Q&A

Posted On Jan 27, 2021

Building a new home comes with a big to-do list. On top of this list is arranging proper financing. Here's some common Q&A to help you understand how builder mortgages work. What type of mortgage do I need to build a house?There are two types of...

Homeowners New Year’s Resolutions

Posted On Dec 29, 2020

As we take in a new year, we think about ways to improve in 2021. Here are some simple New Year's resolution tips for a homeowner. Whether your goal is to lower interest costs or pay off your mortgage sooner, any bit will help you financially.It...