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In a previous post, we have addressed the “divorce buyout” program. To know what this program is all about, click here. Is the buyout all you need to know about mortgages in the case of a divorce or separation? Not necessarily. There are a few...

Are you planning to use your RRSP for a down payment on a house? Under the federal government’s Home Buyer’s Plan (HBP), if you are a first time home buyer, you can borrow up to $35,000 from your RRSP savings to help finance a home...

With the introduction of the stress test and higher interest rates, qualifying for a mortgage became a challenging process. So, what is the alternative?  Most Canadians may not know this, but one of the alternatives to being able to own a home, even if you don’t...

In a previous post, we talked about the difference between A and B lenders, as well as private mortgage lenders. (Read here).  Many of our clients have inquired if these were the only options to alternative financing. Well, there are a few other options.  If you...

Many mortgage borrowers are unfamiliar with this term or think that it is the same as a mortgage insurance or life insurance. They are different. (To know more about mortgage or life insurance, check out this previous blog post). So, what is CMHC mortgage insurance?...

In a previous blog, we explained what “appraised value” means when it comes to a home as well as how the entire process is done. This blog addresses the other side of the equation: when is this appraisal required? Remember that an appraisal is a...

Are you currently working as a mortgage agent for a bank? Would you ever consider making the transition from the branch to the brokerage? There are many advantages in taking this step. As usual, we like using real life examples to demonstrate each topic we...

Envision this scenario: living in retirement should be easy and pleasant as you are enjoying some time to yourself after a lifetime of work. But is it really that easy? Whether you are retired or planning to retire soon, there are things to take into...

Your credit report contains your credit history as reported to the credit reporting agency by lenders who have extended credit to you, as we have written about in previous blog posts. The information in your credit report is also used to generate credit scores. If...