By

Ross Taylor
The convenience of auto-renewing your mortgage is compelling but may be a very poor financial decision on your part. The mortgage industry is changing rapidly, and for strong borrowers, it really is a buyers’ market. It just takes a little extra effort on your part, and you may save yourself thousands of dollars. Important Announcement:...
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The Truth about Alternative Mortgage Lenders Some members of the media have gone overboard painting a dark and dour picture of alternative mortgage lenders. The impression they give is that a bank mortgage is lily-white-extra-virgin-be-all-and-end-all, and anything else is inferior — and perhaps unsavoury. We hear terms like shadow lending, sub-prime lending, private lending, alternative lending,...
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Suppose you were in a consumer proposal and it’s now completely paid off. You have received your completion certificate from the trustee and now you want to buy a house, or perhaps refinance your current home. Will you qualify for a mortgage after you complete your consumer proposal? Absolutely you can qualify for a mortgage...
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We’re told that a consumer proposal or bankruptcy gives us a second chance to get things right. A fresh start. But what does that mean when it comes to buying a home after a consumer proposal? This article will discuss three different scenarios. If you recently completed a consumer proposal If you have not yet...
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If you are a homeowner in the middle of a consumer proposal, did you know you can get a home equity loan or mortgage refinancing to pay off your consumer proposal and get on with your life? There are several reasons why you might do this: Keep more of your pay every month. Your overall...
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Should you pay off your consumer proposal early? Before you filed your consumer proposal, your debts were out of control. Your consumer proposal gave you relief from your creditors, collectors and perhaps even garnishments. It was a very responsible way to deal with your debts. Creditors appreciate that. Once a new reality sets in and...
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