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12 Apr

When Canadians buy a house, they accept that they are locked into a mortgage for up to 25 years. So, many don’t consider mortgage penalties, as they think they won’t have to cancel their mortgage in the future. Read More

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15
Mar

Canadian banks know that many potential homebuyers aren’t keen on signing on to a 30-year mortgage. Read More

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12
Oct

Buying a house in Canada requires a deposit, which is usually 20% or more upfront. Read More

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7
Sep

As the housing market continues to pummel forward despite the pandemic, new homeowners are shopping around for the best home loan options. Read More

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10
Aug

If you are looking to buy a home, but are over 40 years old, you may be wondering if lenders will be less likely to approve your mortgage application. Read More

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