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Wednesday, January 11th, 2023


3 STEPS TO KEEP YOUR CREDIT IN CHECK 3 Steps to Keep Your Credit In CheckIf you have have overextended yourself with credit card debt, or have consolidated all of your consumer debt into your mortgage, or are at the point where you just want to cancel your credit cards, we have the 3 steps […]


HOW A DLC MORTGAGE BROKER CAN REALLY HELP YOU! How a DLC Mortgage Broker Can REALLY Help You!While it’s certainly easy to be intimidated by the prices that you might see as you browse MLS into the wee hours of the night, mortgage interest rates are still at a historical low. If you’re looking at […]

Popular financial advice that might be best to ignore- Consult with a Vancouver Mortgage Broker

LINDA STERN- WASHINGTON — Reuters  Some financial advice is so oft-repeated that everyone takes it for granted: You shouldn’t bring debt into retirement. Debit cards are safer than credit cards. Older folks should invest more conservatively. As they used to say on Seinfeld: yadda, yadda, yadda. The problem is a lot of that is bad advice. At best, […]

‘Free’ loyalty rewards may cost you up to $520 a year – Consult with a Vancouver Mortgage Broker

Credit card swipe fees can add up for merchants and consumers. But surcharging may not be the solution. By: Dana Flavelle Economy, The average premium credit card generates more than $400 a year in indirect merchant swipe fees – all so you can collect so-called “free” rewards. That’s on top of the $120 a year annual fee […]

5 Credit Card Fees You Should Never Pay – Consult with a Vancouver Mortgage Broker

Mark Twain once said “Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it.” But when it comes to credit card fees, there is actually a lot that credit card users can do to reduce or eliminate them. In fact, conscientious cardholders can avoid paying these fees altogether when they choose the right cards and use […]

7 Characteristics of Debt-Free People – Consult with a Vancouver Mortgage Broker

By Dave Ramsey Family #1 manages to pay off $40,000 in debt in two years on a $35,000 annual income. Family #2 makes $100,000 a year but can’t seem to make the slightest dent in the same amount of debt. Why is that? Obviously, the second family has a spending problem. They make plenty of […]

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 […]

Credit cards: Managing your credit rating – Consult with a Vancouver Mortgage Broker

By: Kristin Kent Special to the Star, Published on Fri Apr 05 2013 “I’m definitely not an impulse shopper. I suffer from deep buyer’s remorse; if I don’t have the ability to pay it off, I’ll fret over it. If it’s a large sum of money, I’ll fret over it. I keep delaying big purchases, because I’m looking […]

High credit card rates costing Canadians a fortune- Consult with a Vancouver Mortgage Broker

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High credit card rates costing Canadians a fortune Interest rates have never been lower. Banks are falling over themselves to loan money to people to buy houses – with rates as low as 2.99%. The low rate environment has got so bad the finance minister asked the banks to stop engaging in so-called mortgage wars. Should […]

Could your finances use a mid-March boot camp?- Consult a Vancouver Mortgage Broker

PREET BANERJEE Special to The Globe and Mail It seems like only yesterday that calendars ticked over to 2013 but here we are in the middle of March. Nevertheless, you don’t have to wait for the New Year to implement a new resolution – setting aside one random day for a financial bootcamp to free […]

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