What is Bridge Financing?

What is Bridge Financing?

Let’s say you have a home that you’ve outgrown, it’s time to make a move to something more suited for your family. You have no desire to keep two houses, so you decide that selling your existing home, and moving into something new is the best idea....
Getting on the Property Ladder

Getting on the Property Ladder

As property prices continue to rise across Canada, the conversation around “how to climb the property ladder” has made a subtle shift to “how to get on the property ladder in the first place.” Especially if you’re single. Whereas before...
Finding the Right Home Without Blowing Your Budget

Finding the Right Home Without Blowing Your Budget

If you have been looking to find the right first home within your budget, it’s a matter of mind over money, here’s some tips from Genworth Financial that will help you keep perspective! It’s hard to say “goodbye” to your dream home. But if you fall for a...
Reasons You Might Need an Emergency Fund

Reasons You Might Need an Emergency Fund

You’ve heard the horror stories: basement floods gone wrong, cars that randomly stop running, or a pal suddenly losing their job. Perhaps you’re the type of person who thinks “that will never happen to me!” when hearing one of these stories, but the cold reality is...
What is a Pre-Approval

What is a Pre-Approval

Answer: When the borrower provides every single document (see list below) upfront to be reviewed to prove income/employment, creditworthiness and down payment amount. Question: What is a PRE-APPROVAL? The term PRE-APPROVAL is thrown-about and used so loosely that...
Buying A Home, The 30,000 Foot View

Buying A Home, The 30,000 Foot View

Did you know that the average Canadian will spend roughly 11 months actively engaged in the house buying process? However, most of the dreaming (and preparation) happens before then. Buying a home is a big deal, and it’s a decision that shouldn’t be taken...