Archive for August, 2011

Mortgage financing is complex – too complex to trust it to what you can find in the “cloud.”  Statistically speaking, each mortgage process involves upwards of 43 people, 100 to 150 phone calls, and reams of paper.  If you or someone you know is trying to save money by looking to the Internet for mortgage […]

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Another quick credit tip you’ll want to see. Regardless of what you’ve been told, this simply isn’t true. Mark Fidgett, Your Vancouver Mortgage Broker For Life www.notapennydown.com 604-273-2002 P.S. Who’s the next person you know who wants to save thousands off their mortgage? Be sure to give me a call so we can help them! […]

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We’ve all heard of insurance, in fact, it’s common place to pay for insurance for some type of protection. Well CMHC (Canadian Mortgage & Housing Corporation) mortgage default insurance is also a protection, BUT not for you. It protects the bank (lender), BUT YOU pay. That’s right, you pay in order to protect the bank […]

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It’s a question I receive very often. Should I pay down my mortgage or contribute to my RRSP? Great question and before I reveal the secret to this age old question, I’d like to say “there’s no real one size fits all answer”. That said, here’s the first key question – Can your RRSP growth […]

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