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Saskatchewan Graduate Retention Program

Here is some information  regarding the Saskatchewan Graduate Retention Program.The program has changed and we are in the process of bringing on more banks accepting this grant.  I am currently working with several graduates who are now taking possession of their...

What my clients are saying….

I just completed a refinance for a couple that seemed to be getting no-where with their bank.  We completed their refinance about a week ago and I was touching base to see how things were today and this is what they said: “Everything went so smoothly once we...

More Money Required for Mortgages over $500k

All the buzz about the new down payment rules. I’ve had many questions already today about the changes. Stay calm and mortgage on. Here’s what the changes are: 1- If you are buying a home less than $500,000 rules remain unchanged at 5% down payment. 2- For...

Refinancing can create cash flow! Here is how…

From the desk of Carrie…I’m working on a mortgage refinance paying off a large line of credit used to complete landscaping and basement development…while this is an excellent credit vehicle for the project, it becomes a burden after the fact and...

It never ceases to amaze me….

I receive tons of calls on mortgages, day in and day out, year after year.  I love speaking to my clients and saving them fat stacks of cash on their mortgage.  Whether a refinance, renewal or a brand new home, I have access to wholesale rates and pass these to my...

What my clients are saying….

These beauties arrived today from a recent client with a little note that read…. “Thank you for your great service and professionalism in arranging my mortgage!” I’d like to add, it is my pleasure working with my clients and their financial...

March 2015

Thanks TMG for featuring in me the March edition of your bulletin.  Have a read how I started in the mortgage business and a little about me! TheBulletin_mar2015_pg6(2)

What your banker may not tell you saved my client $2266

Today I wrote a new mortgage for a client who purchased a home with 5% down payment around 5 years ago.  He has now sold this home and has made an offer on a new place with a considerably higher mortgage. He’s a fan of The Mortgage Show and we’ve been...

First Time Buyer in 2014? Don’t forget about your tax credit!

If you’ve purchased your very first home in 2014, when your filing your upcoming income tax, don’t forget about your tax credit! I know, it seems like more money is being spent on every turn with getting into and settled into your home…this is a nice...