Mortgage Minute

Seventy-one per cent of first-time homebuyers in British Columbia expressed feeling worried their down payment would not be enough to get the home they wanted.
For the first time since 2008 and 2009 media headlines have been saying this may be the best chance for first time buyers, to get into the housing market.
Now that I have your attention, you may have heard that interest rates have dropped as have gas prices… what will we do with all the extra money we have?
The British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA) believes there will be no change in mortgage rates in 2020 and a modest increase in the economy.
Real estate investment has once again become a hot topic around many water coolers and dinner tables
I just read the 3rd quarter bank earnings report and was surprised by how little risk the 6 largest banks in Canada are actually taking.
With record low interest rates, we should have had an advantage paying off our mortgages. Why aren’t we?
It’s never to late to start and the goal isn’t to make as much money as possible, it’s about having fun and getting your child excited about financial opportunities.
Don’t let your banks No stop you! Let me help you meet the right mortgage, you have nothing to loose and a life time of happiness to gain!
Two examples that show why rate is not the only thing to consider when choosing a mortgage lender
A rental suite can make a huge difference when qualifying for a mortgage. Knowing which lenders offer the biggest bang for your buck is more important
Tips and strategies to get the mortgage you need, tweak the one you have, or plan for renewal
Before you sign that mortgage renewal…
Should I buy now or wait a year as prices are dropping, but interest rates are rising?
Mortgage rates started going up again in early October and we will likely see the Bank of Canada bump the rates up in October.
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