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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