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Sunday, July 24th, 2016

If you want to have a mortgage in retirement, be prepared to make some big sacrifices – Ask a Vancouver Mortgage Broker

Maybe we shouldn’t be all that surprised that mortgages based on a 25-year payment schedule are now part of our retirement picture. Here’s why paying off your mortgage isn’t always the best idea Pay that mortgage off? Why would you bother, especially if that money could be invested elsewhere at a higher rate? Mortgage broker […]

10 Best-Kept Secrets for Buying a Home – Ask a Vancouver Mortgage Broker

Get the most out of your money with these handy home-buying tips. More from Buying & Selling: 20 Best-Kept Secrets Filed under: Home Buying, Home Staging, Remodeling Buying Secret #10: Keep Your Money Where It IsIt’s not wise to make any huge purchases or move your money around three to six months before buying a new home. You don’t […]

Money lessons for kids – Ask a Vancouver Mortgage Broker

Money lessons for kids – Friday, August 23, 2013 It’s that time of year again. With summer winding down and vacations coming to an end, many families are getting ready for the back-to-school season.For kids, this means settling back into the school routine — and for many parents, it means back-to-school shopping.These shopping excursions are a […]

What your parents didn’t teach you about money – Vancouver Mortgage Broker

Let’s face it, Baby Boomers haven’t set the greatest example for those who are just starting out. By Gail Vaz-Oxlade | Online only As I crossed the country earlier this year promoting my latest book, Money Rules, I spoke with thousands of university and college students about what it takes to not make the mistakes their parents made. Let’s […]

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 […]

How to Landscape Like a Pro – From your Friendly Vancouver Mortgage Broker

How to Landscape Like a Pro – From your Friendly Vancouver Mortgage Broker A well landscaped yard is a visual delight and says a lot about the people who own the home. If you plan to sell your home then you can take it from this Vancouver mortgage broker that it pays to improve the […]

Are You Using Your Home for your Retirement Income? – Ask a Vancouver Mortgage Broker

Are You Using Your Home for your Retirement Income Many people who bought a home use to expect that they would pay off their mortgage before they retired and would apply that equity to fund their retirement. Surprisingly, for many people, especially for those who are in the 50 plus age bracket, this is not going to […]

Repairing Your Lawn – From Your Friendly Vancouver Mortgage Broker

Repairing Your Lawn – From Your Friendly Vancouver Mortgage Broker Getting your home ready for sale this spring? As a Vancouver mortgage broker we can tell you that curb appeal is important when the buyers come looking. Your lawn is one of the first things that stand out when people come to view your home, […]

How to Select New Carpets for your Home – From your Vancouver Mortgage Broker

How to Select New Carpets for your Home – From your Friendly Vancouver Mortgage Broker Buying new carpeting for your Vancouver home is one of the most important decisions that many homeowners will make when renovating their home. New carpets add colour, warmth and help reduce noise. You can take it from your friendly Vancouver […]

The coffee factor: Balancing saving and spending- Ask a Vancouver Mortgage Broker

The coffee factor: Balancing saving and spending By Ellen Roseman | Tue Jan 08 2013 ve for tomorrow? How do you balance small pleasures with big investments? Earlier this week, I wrote about millionaire Kevin O’Leary’s advice to stop buying coffee, lunches, magazines and cigarettes. If you cut spending and invest the difference, you can be […]

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