Want a peek at the year ahead? Our top 10 mortgage tips!

January 1, 2014 | By | 2 Comments

Top 10 mortgage tips for 2014 | CanadianMortgageCo.comHere at Invis, we live and breathe mortgages.  This time of year is always fun because it offers an opportunity to take a look at the year that’s behind us, and make some predictions for what mortgage and financial topics will be hot in the coming year.

Our latest issue of the Home and Mortgage newsletter focuses on just that!

Find out why our top 10 Mortgage Tips for 2014 are:

1.  Variables are back.

2.  Don’t sleepwalk through your mortgage renewal.

3.  Pay your phone bill on time.

4.  Keep other good credit habits.

5.  Mortgage versus total debt.

6.  What’s the pre-payment penalty?

7.  If one of you wants to keep the marital home.

8.  A paydown will pay it forward.

9.   Thinking renovation? We see what you see.

10.  Come in for a checkup.

Take a look at the January Home and Mortgage Newsletter, and let me know what you think.

My very best wishes to you and yours for a happy and prosperous 2014!


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I'm a Toronto Mortgage Broker. My focus is on saving people time and money in financing and re-financing their homes. Am passionate about helping people make informed choices, giving back, and helping to improve financial literacy in Canada.

Comments (2)

  1. Andrew

    Hi I’m thinking of buying a townhouse in a Scarborough as an investment property. Living Asia for sometime so don’t have first hand market knowledge. What are the good websites to evaluate this idea ? Real estate websites and rental sites ? Mortgage rate etc ?

    • Hi Andrew – thanks for these questions! I am a big believer in personally talking to real estate agents who have both real estate investor expertise and a really good understanding of the local real estate market, so that is what I’d recommend. You can however get a lot of great information about market trends and statistics from the CMHC rental market report – see the Fall Housing Market Report and the Fall 2013 Rental Market Report for some great data. As to rates, it is important that you have someone review your specific situation. Your rate will be set based on several factors – your down payment, other financial obligations, income, and any other real estate you have. Please get in touch with me directly if you’d like to chat about your options. I’m happy to help!

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