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Bank of Canada Rate Announcement

Bank of Canada Announcement and Banks Announcing Mortgage Rate Drops is merely coincidence Mortgage Rate Drops, independent of the bank of canada announcement, are expected in the near future due to spring market price wars. You have most certainly by now heard that about the Bank of Canada's Announcement a couple of Wednesdays ago regarding [...]

First Time Home Buyer Vancouver

First Time Home Buyer in Vancouver- helping your children buy With the high cost of buying real estate in the lower mainland of BC, many parents feel obliged to help their children buy their first home. A question that we often get asked is "what is the best approach in helping our children buy their [...]

By | February 3rd, 2015|First Time Home Purchase, Mortgage Purchase Advice, Mortgage Tips And Advice, Uncategorized|Comments Off on First Time Home Buyer Vancouver

Co-signor vs Guarantor for a mortgage

Co-singing for a mortgage vs a Guarantor Today's first time home buyer help tip we will look at the difference between a co-signor and a guarantor for a mortgage. If a buyer is unable to qualify for a mortgage due to poor credit, employment history, lack of down payment or income — most lenders will [...]

By | December 25th, 2014|First Time Home Purchase, Mortgage Purchase Advice, Mortgage Tips And Advice, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Co-signor vs Guarantor for a mortgage

First Time Home Buyers Plan

First Time Home Buyer's Plan As a first time home buyer in Canada you have the opportunity to use your registered retirement savings plan (RRSP) under the first time home buyers plan, towards your down payment There are some very specific guidelines for this program that first time home buyers should be clear about before [...]

By | December 18th, 2014|First Time Home Purchase, Mortgage Purchase Advice, Uncategorized|Comments Off on First Time Home Buyers Plan

Are you an American Buying a Home In Canada?

If you’re an American moving to Vancouver or any part of Canada for that matter, it will be quite an adjustment. With a working healthcare system, banking institutions that are actually respected, and of course hockey, among other things, some of these differences are going to be big, and others will be subtle, like how [...]

By | July 2nd, 2014|Mortgage Purchase Advice|Comments Off on Are you an American Buying a Home In Canada?
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