We make mortgages easy.

Your journey to home ownership starts here.

At Mortgage Design Group, our main objective is to deliver value to you, ensuring you get the right mortgage.  That means we take the time to understand your situation and your needs, and use our expertise and knowledge to help you make the best decision. There are hundreds of different mortgage products out there – and the choices you make could save you thousands of dollars and take years off your mortgage. Let a qualified mortgage professional take care of your needs, for free. We’re here to work for you, not the banks.

Our services



This process will provide you with a specific purchase price that you can afford.


Line of credit

Interest rates are usually much more attractive than traditional credit card rates.


Buy a home

We can help make the biggest purchase of your life easier


Buy an investment property

Investment properties are a great way to invest your money and to create passive cash flow over the long term.


Renew your mortgage

Don’t just renew your mortgage, renegotiate it.


Refinance your mortgage

You have worked hard to build the equity in your home, and now might be the time to get the equity working for you.

Latest blog posts

5 things to remember when choosing a home builder

Are you finally ready to make the plunge to buy a new home? Maybe you’re done with renting? Or maybe the house you bought didn’t quite live up to your expectations? If you’re buying a newly constructed home or require renovations to a resale home, you’ll be hiring a...

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4 types of homeowners we can help

At Mortgage Design Group, we’re committed to finding you the Right Mortgage to fit your needs. And you don’t need to be a seasoned homebuyer to buy a home. We recognize that every situation is unique, but our extensive team has both broad and in-depth experience that...

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Bank of Canada keep rate steady again. For now.

The Bank of Canada announced this week that they’re keeping their overnight rate target at 1.75%. Yet again. The primary motivation for their reluctancy to increase rates was the growing evidence that the economy would slow the rest of the year and even into the next....

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