Archive for September, 2010

I belong to an international organization of real estate and lending professionals that teaches us how to become a consultant for life vs. a salesperson for the transaction. The most important part of becoming a consultant for life is having a mindset that focuses on the client’s best interests – a mindset that values service […]

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Although this changed at the end of 2009, I’ve had several question so I’ll revisit it below Re: Amendments to the Strata Property Act Concerning Rentals Announcement There has been a shortage of rental units for years in British Columbia. In order to address this, the Provincial Government recently passed legislation dealing with the rental […]

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This week I’ve got a special Interview with my friend Philip Tirone. Phil is an expert on helping people get to a 720 credit score. In fact, he wrote “7 Steps to a 720 Credit Score” Want to Learn How to Build Credit? Watch my TWO Part Video below (Had to break it into 2) […]

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A very sad call, but managed to finish on a positive note. If I have a mortgage, I need mortgage insurance, don’t I? Yes, the question comes down to what type & which one. You may want to contact Vancouver Mortgage Broker Mark Fidgett to discuss. Mark Fidgett | 604-273-2002 T 604.273.2002 | F 604.522.2072 […]

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Buy your home TODAY. Start building your equity now, NOT your landlords. Like many opportunities, this may not be available to everyone and is time limited. Find out if you can take advantage of this opportunity – Click here PS – As you read this message ask yourself, “Who do I know that could benefit […]

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Thanks Bank of Canada, but great news –> see inside : ) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 8 September 2010 Bank of Canada increases overnight rate target to 1 per cent OTTAWA –The Bank of Canada today announced that it is raising its target for the overnight rate by one-quarter of one percentage point to 1 per […]

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Part 1: Down Payment A down payment is the amount of money that you pay at the time of purchase toward the price of your home (your mortgage loan covers the rest). You should have a good idea of how much you can put toward the down payment before starting the process, but zero down […]

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