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Buy Your Dream Home Hassle-Free Using A Vancouver Mortgage Broker
Vancouver remains one of the hottest real estate markets in North America today. The city is attracting investments from across the globe and in fact the government has had to intervene to ensure locals get a chance to own a piece of this city. read more...
By Robert Hensel | Mar-09-2017

5 questions to ask about your mortgage in Vancouver
The Vancouver property market is still creating waves and many people are trying to buy a piece of this wonderful city. Now that the prices have stabilized you need to start to look for financing to buy that dream home. While banks are always eager to give you a loan they are not the best option. read more...
By Robert Hensel | Mar-01-2017

How to Choose a Mortgage Broker
A mortgage broker is a specialist who is trained to help you choose the best mortgage deal in the market. Their services do not come for free, but the fee is worth the money because your mortgage is more than likely to outlast much of your furniture! read more...
By David Whitwell | Nov-10-2013

All about Mortgages and Mortgage Broker
Legally, mortgages are defined as the most promising of assets to the creditor and acts as security for the repayment of debt. Simply speaking, mortgages are loans to which the purchased house acts as collateral. read more...
By John Summerfield | Jul-16-2013

Choosing an Independent Mortgage Broker Peterborough
Peterborough is ranked the smallest and 33rd CMA (census metropolitan area) in Canada. The main highlights of the economy of Peterborough are manufacturing, electronics, automotive supplies and biotechnology, among others. read more...
By John Summerfield | Nov-24-2012

512 Look Online To Avail Loans Quickly!
Mortgage means securing a debt by using the borrowers property as a guarantee to the lender. If you are in need of money urgently and can afford to pledge some valuable asset as collateral, you can avail this type of loan. read more...
By Sadhana Dhanyal | Oct-06-2009

650 A Primer on Subprime Mortgages
The term “subprime mortgages” has leaped from business pages to the front page headlines. However, not a lot of people understand exactly what it means and how it caused the US economy to fall. read more...
By Yossarian Smythe | Oct-05-2009

650 Selecting the Right Mortgage Product Requires More Than Just Information
With the range of mortgage products available today, many people feel as though they need a crystal ball in order to make the right choice. There are many mortgage types — pick-a-payment, hybrid adjustable, fixed-rate interest only, reverse, negative amortization, FHA, CHFA, VA, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, or adjustable rate mortgages for 1-, 3-, 5-, 7-, or 10-year terms. All these mortgages are referred to as MPs (mortgage products) or MOs (mortgage options). read more...
By webmaster homeloans | Sep-28-2009

625 6 Steps to Take to Prepare Yourself for an Affordable Mortgage
If you ready to take advantage of the near-historic-low interest rates and dive into homeownership, then congratulations are in order! From lower home prices to plenty of inventory on the market, now may be your time to purchase your first home. read more...
By Cameron Martel | Sep-22-2009

571 Commercial Mortgages – the Helping Hand of Bankers for Pub Owners
How to collect fund for the development of your pub business worries you. Commercial mortgages are there to lessen your worries and troubles. You can seek a commercial loan to meet various purposes like operation, management, maintenance and development of your pub house. A remortgage loan of commercial nature can help you tide over financial difficulties. read more...
By Andrew Gomes | Sep-18-2009

637 Bank or Mortgage Company — What’s the Better Choice?
There has been a long-running debate as to whether a borrower should use a bank or a mortgage company to obtain a loan for home purchase or refinance. In the vast majority of loans issued, the mortgage is sold off into a large pool of loans, called “Mortgage Backs,” sold back to the public as securities. So contrary to popular belief, these service entities have no ownership position in individual mortgages. read more...
By webmaster homeloans | Aug-24-2009

648 Refinance with a Purpose
So many homeowners rush to refinance when rates decline. A home mortgage is typically the largest financial transaction that individuals make in their lifetime. The vast majority of homeowners will secure their mortgages based solely upon the interest rate, and then wonder how to work their financial goals around it. First, have a long-term financial strategy in place. Then you can find a mortgage that fits into and helps achieve the goal of that plan. read more...
By webmaster homeloans | Jul-27-2009

558 A financial guideline for choosing home loans and home equity lines of credit
With the growing market of loans and mortgages it is becoming difficult to choose the lender company for home owners. Many Ensnare are prevailing in the loans and mortgage market. This article deals with some helpful guidelines for the borrowers to evaluate the home loans, equity loans, and other home equity lines of credit. read more...
By webmaster homeloans | Jun-10-2009

1139 The Four Parts of a Mortgage Payment: PITI
A homeowner gets approved fast of his mortgage application especially if it is his first time to apply for such a loan. The problem with mortgage, however, lies not on whether an application will get approved or not; it is more of a question of "Will I be able to pay it on a timely manner?" read more...
By Joe Cline | Mar-16-2009

992 Now that rates are down, should I refinance?
Unless your mortgage rates are really rock-bottom low, call it luck or sheer shrewd negotiation skills, now that interest rates are going down, you may want to consider refinancing. read more...
By Joe Cline | Mar-11-2009

2060 How the U.S. Federal Reserve Lost Control of Mortgage Rates
Despite the United States Federal Reserve Board’s diligent attempts to stimulate the economy throughout the year of 2008 by repeatedly reducing the Federal Funds rate, the typically correlating thirty-year average mortgage rate stubbornly remained unchanged through the first quarter of 2009 read more...
By Brian S. Icenhower | Feb-25-2009