Author: Dan

When purchasing, renewing or refinancing your mortgage, your credit score can be the difference between allowing you access to AAA products, and having to go with an alternative lender. The first step in the mortgage process is to complete an in depth application which tell the...

Congratulations, you've started looking for a place to call home. Let me be the first to tell you, it can/may be overwhelming and stressful. But with a little planning, an educated team (Realtor, Broker, and Financial Advisor), and preparation, I'm confident you will find a home that’s a perfect match. Follow...

Well, as many of you may know, their's been some recent changes to the mortgage rules in Canada. I thought it would help if I created a timeline that highlights the changes, and how it will effect home buyers. Lets start in 2008 when during this time, lending and mortgages were quite...

Many sell their current property in order to purchase something new. Reasons may include; need more space, moving locations, etc. Most of the time the sellers will use the money earned from the sale of their property to put towards their new home. But what...

Mortgage professionals like myself can protect our clients, their families and their homes by providing mortgage life insurance policies during the mortgage process. Mortgage life insurance is a policy on the homeowner, which allows their family or dependents to pay off the entire mortgage should anything tragic...

As a first time home buyer, the process of purchasing a home can seem very daunting, especially with the new rules coming into effect today, October 17th. After helping numerous First Time Home Buyers, I thought I would list the top 10 most common questions I hear...

Many First time home buyers lean on their families, social media and the Internet to gather information on how to purchase a home. Most know that they need a minimum of 5% of the total home purchase price. While this is true, there are a a couple things that family,...

More often then not, mortgages in Canada are amortized over twenty five and thirty year terms. I know! Twenty five to thirty years seems like a long time. Luckily, it does not have to take that long to pay off a mortgage if one chooses to do...

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