Mortgage lending rules in Canada vary depending on property type and intended use. Sometimes the rules overlap and finding the right lending program can be a tad confusing . Let us help - learn more here!
Buying a home for the first time can seem overwhelming and confusing. We're here to help you understand the ins and outs of buying your first home.
As a repeat buyer, you know that a quality mortgage professional saves time and money, a must-have during the home financing process.
With the price of homes these days, often aspiring homeowners will consider buying a property with a self-contained rental suite as a mortgage helper.
Buying a home in need of some TLC might be a good way to get into property ownership at a lower cost, but understand the process first as it can be tricky.
There are many advantages to owning income properties: Tangible Assets, Income, Appreciation & Tax Savings
Time to buy that dream parcel of land that is a perfect fit for your future plans? Learn about the lending considerations.
Building a New Home means understanding the construction mortgage process and choosing what is best for you.
Purchasing a "green build" home can mean significant mortgage insurance premium savings and other benefits.
Provided you are not planning to grow crops or raise animals for sale, financing a home in the country is quite similar to financing an urban home
Student housing can be expensive. Learn about buying a property to house your university-bound children as an investment strategy.
Learn about financing a second home, such as a summer cottage, or other recreational property, including foreign property.