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Home Equity Loans
Jul 28, 2017

Looking for a Great Value in the GTA? Get a Property in Oshawa!

Living in an apartment is getting tiresome and you would love to own a home.

Bad Credit Mortgages
Jul 15, 2017

City Living for a Fraction of the Cost of Toronto? Think Ottawa and Buy Quick! (Even with Bad Credit)

You have likely heard about the increase in housing prices in the GTA.

Bad Credit Mortgages
Jun 17, 2017

Is There a Better Time Than Now to Purchase a Home in the GTA? (Even With Bad Credit!)

Without a doubt, there are times when it makes sense to purchase a home and other times when it makes sense to wait.

Second Mortgages
May 31, 2017

Is Now the Right Time to Attack the GTA Home Market?

The Toronto Real Estate Board has released figures for the month of May 2017 and they indicate a change in what has been happening for some time.

Bad Credit Mortgages
Apr 21, 2017

How Might the 15% Tax on Foreign Buyers Affect Ontario’s Housing Market?

There has been a lot in the news about the booming housing market in Ontario.

Second Mortgages
Apr 10, 2017

Can I Still Afford a Home in a Big City in Ontario?

You’ve heard about the attempts to slow down rising home costs in Toronto, Ottawa, and other cities in Ontario with the use of a tax.

Bad Credit Mortgages
Apr 10, 2017

Highlighting a Burgeoning Market: Houses in Kitchener for People With Bad Credit

The housing market in Kitchener has been booming for some time.

Second Mortgages
Feb 05, 2017

How Does the CMHC Premium Hike Affect Your Second Mortgage Application?

By now, you’ve heard that the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation will be increasing mortgage insurance premiums this year.

Home Equity Loans
Jan 03, 2017

Barrie is a Great Escape for Potential Home Buyers Thinking Outside the GTA

You are ready to make the move from renting to owning your own home.

Bad Credit Mortgages
Jan 01, 2017

Has the Winter Cooled the Hot Kitchener Housing Market?

While some markets tend to settle into a winter slump that lasts until the latter part of spring, the Kitchener-Waterloo area does not appear to be among them.