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Thursday, August 18th, 2016

Is inflating income, lying on credit applications OK? – Consult with a Vancouver Mortgage Broker

Ten per cent of Canadians surveyed say it’s okay to inflate your income when applying for a mortage, according to a new survey by credit reporting agency Equifax. DREAMSTIME By: Susan Pigg Business Reporter, Published on Mon Aug 11 2014 Ten per cent of Canadians surveyed say it’s okay to inflate your income when applying for a mortgage, […]

A deal killer brokers can overlook – Ask a Vancouver Mortgage Broker

by Donald Horne Too many mortgage brokers are missing the biggest deal killer out there, says one Vancouver broker, and it can be easily avoided with one simple conversation. “It is definitely something we as brokers need to do, to tell the clients that they are harming themselves by making big-ticket purchases right when their mortgage […]

To get a mortgage, you’ll need to have a stellar credit score – Ask a Vancouver Mortgage Broker

The following article is from Canadian Real Estate Wealth Magazine. When you begin shopping around for a mortgage the importance of your credit history and score becomes evident. Your credit score is an important item that will determine what interest your mortgage agent will be able to offer you. It should be a priority because it […]

Fix your poor credit rating- Ask a Vancouver Mortgage Broker

Request a free annual credit report to check for errors, suggests Gail Vaz-Oxlade. Did you ever see the CBC Marketplace episode where they asked 100 Canadians to check their credit reports for errors? Forty of those people found problems. Not exactly confidence-building when it comes to what those reports are saying about you, right? So […]

Average Canadian’s consumer debt hits $25,960

The average consumer’s debt load climbed to a record high $25,960 at the end of 2011, although annual data from a credit bureau report released today suggests that the Canadian love affair with debt is waning. Consumer debt, which excludes mortgages, edged 1.4 per cent higher in the fourth quarter of 2011 from the previous […]


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