6 Mortgage Products You Haven’t Heard Of
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6 Mortgage Products You Haven’t Heard Of

If you’re like most borrowers, you won’t be shopping for a mortgage very often. This means you may not know all about the specialty mortgage products that are currently available in the mortgage market. I’ve provided a brief overview of a few of the less common mortgage financing options below that I have recently encountered. … Continue reading

Divorce? Separation? Common-Law Splitting Up?
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Divorce? Separation? Common-Law Splitting Up?

Here is what will happen with the mortgage If you have financed a home with a sibling, partner or spouse, common law or married, and have decided to part ways; read on.  Based on my experience, the most stressful issue in a relationship breakdown is what to do about the jointly owned home and mortgage. … Continue reading

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Heading for Splitsville?

Here’s what will happen with the mortgage If you have financed a home with a sibling, partner or spouse, common law or married and have decided to part ways, read on.  Based on my experience, the most stressful issue in a relationship breakdown is what to do about the jointly owned home and mortgage. Over … Continue reading

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Splitting up or Divorce?

What happens with the mortgage? If you have financed a home with a sibling, partner or spouse, common law or married and have decided to part ways, read on.  Based on my experience, the most stressful issue in a relationship breakdown is what to do about the jointly owned home and mortgage. Over the years … Continue reading

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Why a Private Mortgage?

I will be honest…..A private mortgage is one of the last solutions for mortgage financing. We always try to explore all the borrowers’ options before we turn to a private lender as a private mortgage will come with a higher interest rate than conventional mortgages and an upfront fee will also be is charged. A … Continue reading