Getting-A-Divorce

Getting a Divorce?

What about the house?

Often the biggest asset up for discussion during a separation or divorce is the house – who’s getting the house?  And who’s paying for the mortgage?

Whether you’re keeping the house, downsizing or getting a fresh start in a new home – we can help manoeuver the complicated process.

We can help:

  • Develop your credit rating
  • Find new ways to qualify for a mortgage
  • Review your mortgage plan
  • Maximize your cash flow

What's Next?

Buying a home is one of the biggest investments of your life. When financing a purchase you need an advisor that you can trust. We can help you secure the house where you will build your future. First, contact us to be pre-approved, and to discuss traditional and alternative financing options.


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Canadian Guide to Mortgages

1. Rent or Buy? / The Canadian Guide to Mortgages
1. Rent or Buy? / The Canadian Guide to Mortgages

1. Rent or Buy? / The Canadian Guide to Mortgages

Buying a home is a big decision that requires a huge financial commitment. But is it right for you? Should you rent or buy? And can you afford it? Is buying a property the right choice for you?

2. What can you afford? / The Canadian Guide to Mortgages
2. What can you afford? / The Canadian Guide to Mortgages

2. What can you afford? / The Canadian Guide to Mortgages

Before you start looking for a home, you need to figure out what you can afford. This means closely examining your finances including income, expenses, investments, savings and debts. Watch this video and learn about GDS and TDS.

3. Home buying costs you should know about
3. Home buying costs you should know about

3. Home buying costs you should know about

Watch this video to find out the costs you should anticipate when buying for a home.

4. Getting Pre-Approved
4. Getting Pre-Approved

4. Getting Pre-Approved

Find our how a pre-approval will help you when you are searching for a home.

5. Which home is right for you?
5. Which home is right for you?

5. Which home is right for you?

Watch this video to learn about the essential questions you need to ask yourself when searching for your next home.

6. The Buying Process
6. The Buying Process

6. The Buying Process

Buying a home is complicated and involves a lot of paperwork. Make sure you have the right professionals on your side. Find out more about the buying process from start to finish in this video.

7. Understanding Key Mortgage Terminology
7. Understanding Key Mortgage Terminology

7. Understanding Key Mortgage Terminology

Understanding these mortgage terms will help you choose a mortgage product that meets your financial needs.

8. How much is my monthly mortgage payment?
8. How much is my monthly mortgage payment?

8. How much is my monthly mortgage payment?

This tutorial video will show you how to calculate your monthly mortgage payment.

9. Open or Closed. Fixed or Variable.
9. Open or Closed. Fixed or Variable.

9. Open or Closed. Fixed or Variable.

Learn differences between these common mortgage options.

10. Shopping for a mortgage: The basics
10. Shopping for a mortgage: The basics

10. Shopping for a mortgage: The basics

Many consumers may only be familiar with the big 5 banking institutions. But the truth is, there are many lenders in Canada that can give you a mortgage. There's also many different mortgage options you can choose from. Learn more about mortgage basics in this video.

11. Other types of mortgages
11. Other types of mortgages

11. Other types of mortgages

The most common mortgage is a residential purchase mortgage, but there are many other types that might suit you. Watch this video and find out more.

12A. Six questions you must ask when getting a mortgage
12A. Six questions you must ask when getting a mortgage

12A. Six questions you must ask when getting a mortgage

Arm yourself with these 6 questions and get mortgage free sooner.

12B. Six questions you must ask when getting a mortgage
12B. Six questions you must ask when getting a mortgage

12B. Six questions you must ask when getting a mortgage

Arm yourself with these 6 questions and get mortgage free sooner.

13. Managing your total cost of home ownership
13. Managing your total cost of home ownership

13. Managing your total cost of home ownership

14. Money saving strategy: Pre-payment privileges
14. Money saving strategy: Pre-payment privileges

14. Money saving strategy: Pre-payment privileges

Find out how you can cut years off your mortgage and save hundreds of thousands of dollars.

15. Money saving strategy: Rounding up
15. Money saving strategy: Rounding up

15. Money saving strategy: Rounding up

See just how much money you can save by just rounding up your monthly payments.

16. Money saving strategy: Amortization
16. Money saving strategy: Amortization

16. Money saving strategy: Amortization

In this video, we will show you how you can dramatically lower the total cost of home ownership by taking some simple steps.

17. Money saving strategy: Getting low interest rates
17. Money saving strategy: Getting low interest rates

17. Money saving strategy: Getting low interest rates

There's one sure fire way to ensure that you always get the lowest rates available in the market. Watch this must see video to learn more.