Buying a home is expensive, but there are also a number of closing costs. Learn about the hidden and unexpected costs when you buy a house or condo.
There are many ways to pay off your mortgage early. However, there may be fees and penalties when you make your last payment.
The grace period for COVID-19 mortgage and credit card deferrals, property tax payments, and other financial relief measures are coming to an end.
Legal jargon can be tough to navigate, and making a mistake can be easy, yet costly when buying or selling a home.
Deferring your mortgage payments during the COVID-19 crisis could cost you thousands in additional interest.
No matter your circumstance, an offer on a house is a legal contract. By walking away from your home purchase offer, you could lose your initial deposit, or even be sued.
Many Canadians are hurrying to refinance their mortgages in hopes of securing a lower rate, lowering their payments, or accessing equity, during the COVID-19 crisis.
Breaking your mortgage? Make sure it’s worth it. Here is how to calculate your mortgage penalty.
A mortgage payment deferral is not the same thing as payment forgiveness. You’ll still be responsible for the missed payments and the interest on the payments.