Archive for November, 2013

A realtor asked me, is there a trick to a quick mortgage approval? As much as I don’t believe in tricks, there definitely are some common sense rules. Maintain a high credit score. Lenders look at your credit with the following philosophy. History repeats itself. That is, you will keep doing whatever it is you’ve […]

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I got a call from a client last week, we’ll call him “John.” This guy was stuck… (definition — Trapped, unable to move. Unable to progress) Here was his problem… He had over $41,000 in credit card debt along with other unsecured loans totaling $12,000. Although he hadn’t been late on his bills yet, he […]

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Sands & Associates asked me to provide a quick video tip, outlining what piece of financial advice, I wish I’d known earlier. In turn, that short video clip led to this one where I expose another Equifax Dirty Little Credit Secret. Go ahead and watch… In the above video, I expose a dirty little credit secret […]

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Great article in the Globe and Mail today by Rob Carrick on financial winsdom. A father’s advice to his daughters about debt, saving and investing may just be the best financial literacy lesson you’ll read this year. November is Financial Literacy Month, and that means a deluge of tips from banks, consumer groups and financial […]

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Tenancy in Common versus Joint Tenancy. What’s the difference and why should I care. Tony Spagnuolo, the president of www.BCRealEstateLawerys.com, explains the important difference in the following video. Whenever you buy a piece of real estate, one of the first and most important decisions you have to make is how you wish to hold the […]

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