Buying Your First Home in Canada – Tips and Advice

What First Home Owners in Canada Need to know! The reason I have a blog and share information is to educate my clients, prospective clients and first home owners about mortgages. Obviously there is a lot to know about mortgages, financing, and buying property, and there are a lot of great ways for me to […]

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  • March 28, 2017
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Mortgage Brokers Continue Fight for Competition

As you may well be aware, the government has recently made changes to the way mortgages are qualified through the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC). In short, these changes have made it more expensive for some of the broker channel lenders to fund mortgages, the increased cost of doing business is then passed on to consumers […]

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A List to Help You Create an Incredible Kitchen Design

Nice Kitchens Make a Huge Difference! According to people who know stuff, there are two things that are absolutely true about kitchens. Firstly, the kitchen is the heart of the home and secondly, the kitchen is where you do most of the cooking in your house. And as eating is important to keeping you alive… making […]

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A Conversation About Mortgage Pre-approvals

Thinking of buying a property, but don’t know where to start? Well… that’s where a mortgage pre-approval comes in. Start here. Just like you wouldn’t go into a restaurant without having enough money to buy your meal, so you shouldn’t start shopping for a home without an understanding of how much you can afford. So let’s […]

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Be More Productive with the Rule of 3

This article was originally published on LinkedIn by Chris Bailey on Oct 28th 2015. Chris is a self-proclaimed Jedi Master at A Life of Productivity where he blogs about being productive. For Some Strange Reason, Our Brain is Wired to Think in Threes. As kids, we grow up immersed in stories that involve threes: Goldilocks and […]

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How Interest Rates are Like Gas Prices

Have you ever noticed that just like gas prices, interest rates seem to go up and down for no reason at all? How come it feels like right before you are ready to buy a property, rumours of interest rate changes will start to flood the media? Or why do gas prices always seem to go up right […]

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