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Links to various organizations, including Mortgage Organizations and Lenders.

 

Mortgage Organizations

In today’s business world having the proper credentials as well as the appropriate support is absolutely essential. This is why at The Mortgage Centre we have taken the necessary steps to be aligned with various mortgage associations.

 

 

#1 Mortgage Insurer

#2 Credit Report

#3 Mortgage Life Insurance

#4 Mortgage Insurer

#1 Why Use a Broker?

#2 Home Buying Process

#3 Purchasing a Condominium

#4 TIPP

Keeping your body hydrated before, during, and after class is key. Make sure that you arrive to each class with water; drinking throughout will help you move deeper in each pose. For our Bikram/Hot Yoga classes, make sure you bring a big water bottle!

Credit reports are one of the primary tools that creditors use to make fair and accurate decisions on whether or not to grant credit.  Your credit report is a snapshot of your financial trustworthiness.

The life insurance component of the Mortgage Protection Plan. Underwritten by The Manufacturers Life Insurance Company (Manulife Financial).

Learn more about the Home Trust Secured Visa Credit Card, or download an application.

Many Canadian home buyers are paying too much on their mortgage because they don’t have the time to sort through the maze of options that are available today.

Purchasing property is the single most expensive investment most Canadians will ever make.  The process can be extremely intimidating and stressful.  Working with a professional mortgage associate can substantially ease your worries!

The difference between purchasing a home that is a “Condominium” versus a home that it not considered a “Condominium” simply means that you are purchasing your unit, plus buying into a part of the business.  Hence why it is called a Condominium Corporation.

TIPP is a Tax Installment Payment Plan by which taxpayers make consecutive monthly payments for taxes. Payments may ONLY be made by automatic withdrawal from a bank chequing account.

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Resources We work for you, not the lender
Resources We work for you, not the lender
Resources We work for you, not the lender
Resources We work for you, not the lender
Resources We work for you, not the lender