Archive for October, 2010

As seen in the Globe & Mail An oft-cited 2001 study by York University finance professor Moshe Milevsky reveals that from 1950 to 2000, a variable-rate mortgage would have beaten out a fixed-rate mortgage almost 90 per cent of the time. But with interest rates at incredibly low levels, many commentators are expecting rising rates […]

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Why Can’t I Get a Variable? How Come I have To Go Fixed? Insured mortgages that have a variable rate or a fixed term under five years will be qualified using: – the chartered bank 5-year posted rate (5.29% today) Call me to discuss… Mark Fidgett | 604-273-2002 “Your Personal Mortgage Consultant….For Life!” PS – Please […]

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What is the ‘Buyer Protection Plan‘ Imagine If The The Home You Wanted To Buy Came With A 5% Price Guarantee… If The Market Drops Up To 5% in 1 Year – You Get A 5% Refund. Are you concerned about buying a house in today’s market only to see the market and consequently your […]

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My Client Got Exactly What She Deserved, And It Could Happen To You Next! You Might Be Surprised When You Find Out! You may know of someone that has done exactly this? She thought about it long and hard. Well, she got what she deserved – A 14% return on their savings secured by real […]

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Thanksgiving is just around the corner and when I read “I am thankful for…” in an e-mail from a friend, it brightened up my whole day. Sharing these thoughts with you makes my day even brighter! What Are You Thankful For? I am thankful for… The child who is not cleaning his room, but is […]

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Just a quick note to let you know how I can help you or someone you know handle their finances a little better. I was at lunch last week with a friend of mine and he told me that he wanted to buy a minivan for his family that cost $31,400 and the payment would […]

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My good friend Dean Jackson once told me this, having listings will NOT make you a more successful real estate agent….only SOLD listings count. Second, getting “famous” in a farm area does not equal getting “Rich” as a listing agent. Here’s the evolution that most agents go through to some extent throughout their career. As […]

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