Looking to get qualified for a mortgage, but you’re self-employed? Read our latest guide to learn more about what qualifications lenders look for in Canada.
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The differences between APR vs. Interest Rates can be confusing. Read our latest guide to learn about these two different types of rates.
Read our latest guide for 9 tips on increasing the value of your home appraisal.
Check out our latest first time home buyer’s guide to learn everything you need to know when purchasing a home in Canada.
There are several major costs of selling a house - read our latest guide to learn what they are and estimate how much you’ll spend selling your home.
The foreign buyer’s tax rebate applies for foreign homebuyers in the Greater Toronto area. Learn more about what it is and if you qualify.
Just moved to Canada? Read our guide to learn about everything you should know and do for your first year living here.
Downsizing isn’t easy, but you can ease into the process by following these home downsizing tips from Edison Financial.
If you’re a homeowner over the age of 55, there are different mortgage financing options available to you that we explore in our latest article.
Buying a home is a big financial decision, especially if you’re already paying off other debt. Read our article to learn about the process of buying a house if you currently have student loans.
Wondering how refinancing affects your credit score? Read our latest article to learn what to expect when you refinance your loan.
Debt-to-income ratio is important when it comes to the borrowing process, whether you’re buying a new car or home. Learn more about what it is in our latest article.
Buying a home is one of the biggest purchasing decisions you’ll make. Read our article to learn about how much money you actually need to buy a house.
Are you buying a home with less than a 20% down payment? You’ll need to pay for mortgage default insurance. Read our latest article to learn more.
Wondering what the best option is between renting vs. buying a house in Canada? Read our article to learn about which one suits your needs.
Wondering if you should renovate your home instead of moving out and buying a new one? Read our latest article to learn about the pros and cons of both options.
Before you close on your home, you will need to perform a home inspection first. Read our home inspection checklist for all the items you should consider.
Looking to refinance your mortgage? Learn about the costs associated with refinancing, ranging from prepayment penalties, discharge fees and more.
If you’re looking to buy a house, but have no down payment, there are options available. Read our latest article to learn more.
Looking to refinance your mortgage? Learn about equity take out refinances, how they work, and if it’s the right option for you.
Looking to spruce up your house? Read our latest spring cleaning checklist with tips on how to deep clean your home.
Learn the difference between hard and soft credit checks in Canada and how each type impacts your credit.
Looking to sell your home? Here are some tips on how to stage and prepare your house before listing it in the market.
A lot of people have asked about how to get approved for a mortgage after bankruptcy. Here's everything you need to know.
Saving money is a great way to get started on your path to financial freedom. Here are some tips that will help you save more now and in the future.
Looking to lower your monthly mortgage payment? Read our latest article for tips and ways to lower your payment.
Short sales can be great deals on properties, but can be tricky to navigate. Learn more about short sales, what they are, and what you need to know before buying one.
Looking to renovate your home? Here are the top questions / considerations to keep in mind for home renovations.
Looking to get the best mortgage rate when buying a home? Read our latest guide on how to get the best mortgage rate.
Looking to make renovations on your home? Read our guide on what to consider when refinancing your mortgage for home improvements.
Trying to figure out what to do with your mortgage during a divorce? Read our latest guide for the best options, whether you’re looking to refinance or buy out your partner.
Looking to purchase a home, but aren’t sure what type of mortgage to get? Read our guide to learn about which home loan is the best option for you.
Whether your financial goals have changed, your needs have shifted or you just want to explore your options, resist the temptation to quickly re-sign the contract and take some time to investigate new opportunities.
How familiar are you with these two steps in the mortgage process and the roles they each play in the bigger picture?
Whether you’re getting your updated credit score sent to you every month, or you’re not even sure what your score is, there’s a lot to learn about what they are and how they’ll affect your mortgage experience.
Instead of defaulting and paying the price with high interest rates and penalties, you might consider refinancing to help you meet your goals or make your financial situation a bit more manageable.
Millennials have faced historically different challenges when it comes to building wealth than previous generations have.
When you’re applying for a mortgage, avoid doing these three things which could put your application and your ability to acquire your future dream home at risk.
When it comes to making decisions about your mortgage, you’ll find you have more options than you think. There are a lot of questions you’ll have to ask yourself as you move through the process of buying a home and qualifying for a mortgage.
If you’ve got a mortgage that’s renewing soon and this is the first time you’ve come to the end of a mortgage term, you have a few options ahead of you, and likely just as many questions!
Before you make any big decisions, learn more about which signs to look for to ensure you get the most bang for your buck and that you’re ready to take the leap financially.
Not sure where to start when it comes to exploring our 3,855,100-square-mile home? These seven places are the perfect mix sure to check all of your must-see boxes!
As rental rates increase across Canada, it’s hard not to ask yourself the question, “Am I ready to buy a house?” While there are a lot of reasons to dive into homeownership, there are also reasons to avoid it if you’re not ready.
In 2020, Canadians spent more time at home than ever before. As a result, we have a new appreciation for our homes, how they function and what kind of feelings our spaces evoke on a regular basis.
Retirement is a joyful celebration and the start of a new, stress-free, work-free chapter! But it can also be difficult to adjust your lifestyle, especially taking into account the number of unexpected expenses that come along.
There are plenty of vendors available that will help finance your home, each with unique terms and conditions. what the bank gives you.
Curious about what a collateral charge mortgage is and why it’s different from a standard charge mortgage? You’re not alone!
The current state of the housing market in Canada is causing a lot of homeowners to seriously consider selling their homes, and for good reason.
Buying a home brings with it paperwork and processes that can sometimes be stressful to navigate, and mortgages are often a major source of that stress.