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For many people the home buying process can be complicated and, at times, frustrating. Many don’t know where to begin. Others get overwhelmed with the amount of information available. If you are in this situation - or are planning to purchase your first home in...

Before we begin this post, we should emphasize that abandonment should be a last resort as there are solutions out there offering reduced impact on the borrower’s credit rating.  Having said this, let’s look at what abandonment really means in the world of mortgages.  When...

Chances are you have heard these two terms time and again, especially if you are planning to invest in a property. Before we analyze each one of them, it is important to understand what they mean in the world of mortgages. Basically, equity refers to the...

If you are new to Canada and are looking into settling in this country, you may want to consider purchasing a home. The first step you should take is informing yourself about the rules and conditions that apply to your situation. It may seem a...

Are you looking into getting a mortgage and are not sure whether or not to get a closed or an open mortgage? That is very common. When choosing a mortgage, it is very important to be informed about all the options available. In this post,...

When applying for a new job, or when looking into starting a new career, people often get asked the reason why they would want to become part of a certain team. Many times, people are surprised by the fact that companies don’t want to hire...

Often times, clients say they don’t understand the difference between term and amortization when talking about mortgages. It is a fair point - a common confusion -, but one that needs to be clarified to be able to know all the options available. A mortgage term...

According to to a report by Royal LePage, the new stricter mortgage rules are expected to slow the housing market in 2018, but prices are still expected to rise almost five per cent. In fact, in its market survey forecast, Royal LePage indicates that its...