Should you go fixed or variable?

Should you go fixed or variable?

It is typically one of the first questions someone asks when talking about your mortgage: What’s your rate? While everyone can recall their rate off the top of their head, it tends to be the only detail of the mortgage they can remember. Although the rate is...
Co-signers: 6 things to consider

Co-signers: 6 things to consider

Co-signing on a loan may seem like an easy way to help a loved one (child, family member, friend, etc.). In today’s market conditions, a co-signor can offer a solution to overcome the high market prices and stress testing measures that are now in place for Canadian...
How To Get a Mortgage After Bankruptcy

How To Get a Mortgage After Bankruptcy

Q: How hard is it to obtain a mortgage after filing for bankruptcy? A: If you’re one of the more than 100,000 Canadians who file for bankruptcy every year, you know how hard it can be to access any sort of loan, let alone qualify for a mortgage. But filing for...

Important News

Effective July 22, The Bank of Canada has lowered the benchmark rate used to qualify your mortgage from 5.34% to 5.19%. This means you can qualify for a larger mortgage.

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