The Lender’s Equations: How Much Mortgage will you Qualify for?By: Elias Kellendonk
Lenders basically use two rules to determine the mortgage you are eligible to be funded to receive.
Refinance and Consolidate Your MortgageBy: The Super Broker
Debt consolidation or a Mortgage Refinance can cost effectively remove debt, and can make the financing of your future projects that much easier.
Investment Strategies for Young PeopleBy: Elias Kellendonk
Helping Your Kids Get into Investing Early In this Internet-dominated, economy-fearing age it may be possible that your kids will out-know you in terms of stocks and trading before they finish grade school. American author Katherine R. Bateman suggests in her book, The Young Investor: Projects and Activities for Making Your Money Grow that no …
Improve Bad Credit in Six Easy StepsBy: Elias Kellendonk
Credit score is one of the major players in determining the amount of financing and interest rate you are eligible to receive. Credit history proves to lenders how reliable you are when granted funds. Leading up to your mortgage application, there are six, quite simple steps you can take to help improve your credit rating. …
Seven items you should know before you enter into a contractBy: Elias Kellendonk
Virtually any time you apply for credit or financing you are entering into a contract, the elements of which you need be cognizant of.
The Unusual Mortgage Market of the United StatesBy: Elias Kellendonk
The U.S. has an atypically high proponent of mortgagors opting for longer term fixed rate mortgages,
New Canadians Know More about Saving, Less about FraudBy: Elias Kellendonk
While new Canadians are more likely to be victims of fraud, their knowledge of credit and saving skills are more extensive than the general population’s.
Capitalization Rates: What they mean to Commercial PurchasersBy: Elias Kellendonk
The capitalization or ‘Cap Rate’ is a valuation used to give commercial buyers a more inclusive estimate of a commercial property’s value as oppose to, say, a gross rent valuation.
Methods of Improving Your Credit ScoreBy: Elias Kellendonk
Your credit score is one of the weightier elements used by lenders to determine your eligibility to receive financing and to decide the rate they will charge for your mortgage.
When is the Last Time You Checked Your Credit History?By: The Super Broker
Find out how credit rating affects your mortgage rates and eligibility for most mortgage products.