3 key things to remember before using home equity

3 key things to remember before using home equity

One of the benefits to owning a home is that as housing prices increase, so does the value of your home. The change in value from when you purchased your home is referred to as equity. For example, if you purchased a home 10 years ago for $150,000 and it’s worth...
MOPOLO: The handiest mobile mortgage app you’ll ever use

MOPOLO: The handiest mobile mortgage app you’ll ever use

Our MOPOLO app helps you keep your possessions safe, makes it easy to apply for credit, and helps you stay updated on the mortgage market. 1. Track your inventory For many people, their home, and its contents are their most treasured possessions. MOPOLO lets you keep...
Are you thinking of buying an investment property?

Are you thinking of buying an investment property?

Buying an investment property is rapidly becoming the preferred investing method. Real estate values usually rise as time passes, so people consider real estate a secure option to invest in. Typically, the risk is low and the return is high (although you have to wait...
Have you tried our handy mobile mortgage app?

Have you tried our handy mobile mortgage app?

Our MOPOLO app helps you keep your possessions safe, makes it easy to apply for credit, and helps you stay updated on the mortgage market. 1. Track your inventory For many people, their home, and its contents are their most treasured possessions. MOPOLO lets you keep...
Read this before you buy an investment property

Read this before you buy an investment property

When buying an investment property, you must be certain that you can afford to buy and hold the investment over the long-term. Whether you buy property, a rental unit, or a business, there are costs and risks involved in disposal and acquisition. Unless you have the...
It’s that time of year again!

It’s that time of year again!

It’s that time of the year again: RRSP season. Recently, it’s also become TFSA season, too. Canadians throughout the country scour their finances every February for ways to save taxes, manage cash flow, and benefit from good debt. Interest rates are still very low, so...

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