Tag: financing

Home hunting tips

Happy Home Hunting Tips for Canadians

By: Elias Kellendonk

Finding the right home for you comes down to three chief factors: affordability, lifestyle, and your future needs.

commercial mortgages

Understanding Commercial Mortgages

By: The Super Broker

The commercial mortgage market is just as important for the economy as residential housing, if not more so.

Allies all homebuyers should have: Experienced brokers, small lenders

By: The Super Broker

Whether you’re dipping your toes into the mortgage pool for the first time or you’re practically a professional homeowner, there are plenty of considerations and preparations that should be taken before names can be signed on the dotted line.


Commercial real estate market improving in Montreal

By: The Super Broker

During the second quarter of 2011, the industrial real estate market in Montreal experienced significant gains, which is important, as the sector had been one of the hardest hit during the recent recession.

Seven items you should know before you enter into a contract

By: 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.

Amortization Period

Questioning 35-Year Amortization

By: Elias Kellendonk

According to Canadian insurance providers, the average Canadian will pay their mortgage in less time than that provided by their amortization through the option of pre-payments.

Commercial New Purchase, CanEquity

CMHC Allows Commercial Financing up to 85 per cent

By: Elias Kellendonk

With the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation’s multi-unit insurance coverage, a commercial investor can attain up to 85 per cent financing toward their commercial purchase.


Green Commercial Ventures Receive Federal Funding

By: Elias Kellendonk

Construction loans and land development financing is available to fund capital costs. Construction mortgages can provide up to 75 per cent financing.

No Money Down Mortgage CanEquity

Debate on the ‘No Money Down’ Mortgage

By: Elias Kellendonk

The purchaser will be paying interest on every dollar of the home’s value, as opposed to nicking off a good chunk, interest free, with a down payment.

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