Why pay high interest rates on your bank's credit card debt when you can add that debt to your mortgage and pay a much lower interest rate! One important part of a strategy is knowing "good debt" from "bad debt". A well-planned mortgage can help you turn those bad debts into good debts and get them out of the way.
1. Consolidate high interest rate credit cards to one lower rate.
2. Save money and increase cash flow.
3. Reduce stress knowing that your financial situation is now manageable.
If you'd like to have a conversation about refinancing your debt, give us a call today to review your options. It's time to beat the banks!
First Time Home Buyers
Buying a home is an exciting time! You're about to take a big step so you'll definitely need some advice from a Mortgage Broker. We'll give you the facts your bank won't tell you about financing your next purchase. With access to multiple lenders, we'll help you find the best rates and best mortgage options to help you buy your dream home. Our best advice? Begin with a conversation with a mortgage professional.
Equity Take Out & Renovations
Sometimes the house of your dreams is the one you're already living in. Maybe it just needs some new landscaping, an extra wing for your growing family, an expanded kitchen, or a swimming pool in the backyard! A record number of Canadians have taken advantage of the historic low mortgage rates and rising real estate values and have tapped into their home equity through equity take-outs. There's never been a better time to access the extra funds that can help bring your home to that next level of comfort. Consider accessing the cash you need for the renovations and improvements you've been dreaming about!
Investment properties - particularly smaller, residential real estate - are now accessible to many average Canadians. And as any homeowner will confirm, real estate has been one of the most attractive investment categories in Canada for the past decade. If you're considering an investment in real estate, start by having a conversation with an experienced Mortgage Broker, to explore some of the innovative new options and great rates available today.
New To Canada
Just because you are a new immigrant does not mean that you have to wait to purchase a home. If you have been in Canada for less than three years, have landed immigrant status, and have been employed in Canada for a minimum of three months, you can qualify for a mortgage.
The documents you will need include a letter from your employer, a recent pay stub, and 12 months verifiable bank statements from a recognized financial institution. This can include a financial institution from your country of origin if you have been in Canada for less than 12 months. Also acceptable is 12 consecutive months of 2 verifiable monthly payments in good standing. (e.g. phone or utility bill).
With access to multiple lenders, we'll help you find the best rates and best mortgage options to help you buy your dream home.
Find out how much you can afford before you go househunting! This will keep you focused on shopping for homes within your price range. If you qualify for a preapproved mortgage, you'll be certain of the size of mortgage for which you qualify and guaranteed a rate for a specific period of time. If you don't qualify for a pre-approved mortgage, we will be able to help you estimate a mortgage-qualifying amount.
Buying a home can be stressful. Banks will always have their own interests as a priority. So who is looking out for you?
Allow us to match you with the best lender, one who offers the best rates, client care, or specialty product that suit your specific needs.
With access to over 30 lenders, its certain we will find the right solution for you.
Is your mortgage coming up for renewal? You can always renew with your current lender, but what if there is a better rate offered elsewhere?
Your mortgage expert will shop around and match you up with the best rate & product to suit your current needs.
When it comes to mortgages, it hasn't always paid to be self-employed - because reducing your taxable income can make it difficult to qualify for the mortgage you deserve. We understand business owners because we're business owners, too.
What's better, we have a long list of institutional and private lenders that offer excellent mortgage options for self-employed Canadians. These lenders in Canada understand that self-employed individuals have tax write-offs creating significant reductions in their declared income. With these mortgage lenders, you will not be required to prove your income and a reasonable estimate of your annual income will be acceptable.
We're here to help you beat the banks ... give us a call today.
Having multiple lenders compete for your business is a great way to ensure you get the best rate for your situation. We deal with multiple lending institutions, including major banks, credit unions, trusts and other national and regional lenders, which means we can put significant negotiating power behind finding the best mortgage to fit your specific situation.
Not all lenders are created equal. Perhaps your mortgage is with your home bank, because it was convenient at the time. But now you find they lack in customer service or their rates are non competitive.
When today's rates are lower than your current interest rate, there are times where paying the penalty to break your mortgage will still result in higher savings than if you were to continue paying the higher interest rate for the rest of your term.
Speak to an advisor today to see what you could be saving if you were to switch lenders.
We can also sometimes cap some of the penalty into your mortgage amount, meaning you pay less or nothing out of pocket.
There are many Canadians jumping at the chance to own a recreational property. The aging baby boomer population is flush with capital and an insatiable desire for a waterfront or other recreational property. And with the advent of better roads, Internet and telephone service, satellite service, and winterization expertise, people are realizing that vacation properties can make ideal retirement homes. No longer just perceived as a welcome retreat from the city, a second home is now viewed as a solid financial investment with the added value of a potential retirement property.