All you want is the best mortgage product at the best possible rate, so you aren’t wasting money on paying higher interest charges then you have to on what is probably be the largest debt of your life. Is that too much to ask for? Here’s a few tips on how to negotiate the best mortgage deal.
That’s right, we’re telling you not to sign your bank’s renewal letter, even though it’s so easy to do! Here are 5 reasons why you should force yourself to set fire to your mortgage renewal letter, or at the very least recycle it.
There’s a lot of talk about mortgage rate increases in Canada. After years of ultra-low interest rates there’s only one direction for rates to go – up. Here’s a few tips to help you prepare for the rate rise.
If you’re a member of the Debt Club (i.e. you have mortgage that will take you quite a while to pay off), you need to start planning for your ‘graduation day’ – the day when you become Debt Free.
Although your amortization says 25 years – there and a few simple steps that you can take to make sure you become debt free faster and spend less money on interest along the way.
Are you new to the housing market and looking for your first mortgage? Perhaps you already have a mortgage but you’re looking for a better rate? Or maybe your mortgage is up for renewal? Regardless of your situation, here’s our checklist to help you find the Best Mortgage Rate.