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Financial rock and roll – Feb 2015 Home and Mortgage Newsletter is here!

February 1, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

Want a solid financial foundation? We all do, especially when thinking about retirement down the road.  And if there’s a lot of debt holding us back, it can get pretty stressful.  Trying to add an RRSP contribution to the mix, as many experts suggest (check out Rob Carrick’s article on why saving for retirement beats […]

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Opening doors, not building walls – the Dec 2014 Home and Mortgage Newsletter

December 1, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Self-employed?  Come up against “the wall” yet? New mortgage rules are constantly being added in Canada.   We’re expecting changes coming up later in 2015 as well.  Here are some tips to get around the self-employed mortgage wall.  Read more in the December issue of the mortgage newsletter here… Starting smart…  The stats show more […]

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Get the best mortgage rate, and more, in our November newsletter

November 5, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

5 tips for financial fitness How do you get the best mortgage rate in Toronto and Mississauga?  Maximize your financial fitness, that’s how!  Check out our latest issue of the Your Home and Mortgage Newsletter for “5 Tips for Financial Fitness”… Enjoy! Learn more about getting the best mortgage rate Check out more insights on mortgage planning in […]

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Managing credit and more – October Home and Mortgage Newsletter

October 2, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

In this issue of Home and Mortgage… Did you know that almost half of home owners sleepwalk through their mortgage renewal?  Why they’re missing out on the opportunity to save thousands of dollars on their mortgage. Mortgage rates on the rise? No need to panic; here are five way sto prepare for higher mortgage rates. Why […]

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Crunch some numbers this fall – in our September newsletter

September 6, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

First-time homebuyer tax credit and more in Your Home and Mortgage Newsletter 2013-09 |

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Mortgage default insurance going up March 17

February 1, 2017 | By | Add a Comment

We’re all looking to save a little money – every little bit helps. If you’re planning to buy with less than 20% down, you have to get mortgage default insurance, because your mortgage is considered a high ratio mortgage. The insurance provides protection for the lender in the case of a default. Canada’s biggest insurer of […]

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9 tips for surviving the housing market

January 1, 2017 | By | Add a Comment

Your Mortgage Blueprint for the New Year Canadians are definitely talking about the housing market – what do the new mortgage rules mean, is this the right time to buy, have mortgage rates bottomed out, is a lender’s renewal offer the best available, and on and on! For many, it feels like some uncertain times […]

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Reaching your financial goals

February 1, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

What’s on your bucket list? Your bucket list includes all the goals you want to achieve, and the life experiences and dreams you want to fulfill. It’s often viewed as a “to-do” list for the golden years of retirement, but your bucket list can also include items that you can fulfill now or in the […]

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