Tag Archive: Mortgage

Mar 24

The best mortgage rates in Alberta

low mortgage rates Alberta

Ever wonder how to get the best mortgage rates in Alberta? Basically how mortgage brokerages work is that we have access to most of the major banks as well as a lot of smaller lenders that only brokers have access to and we are basically a wholesaler of mortgage rates. That means that all the …

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Mar 14

Tips on paying off your mortgage fast

Are you looking for the fastest way to pay off your mortgage? There are several ways of accomplishing that. Watch the video on this subject The most basic and simple ways are: By changing your mortgage payment frequencies from a monthly payment to a bi-weekly payment, or even an accelerated bi-weekly payment, or just simply …

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Mar 05

Mortgage Rates

Contact: Dave Alberta, AMP, Mortgage Broker-Managing Partner, Dynamic Mortgage Solutions, Phone: (403) 803-4675, Email:  dave@umpro.ca

Mar 03

Looking for a Mortgage Broker in Calgary? – few things to consider

So you are looking for a mortgage broker in Calgary? Dave Alberda from Ultimate Mortgage Partners elaborates. Certainly not all mortgage brokers are alike and what sets me apart a little bit is that I do have 20 years of experience in financial services, I decided to specialize in mortgages about 5 years ago in …

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Nov 23

Are there hidden fees when dealing with a mortgage broker?

Are there hidden fees when dealing with a mortgage broker? I come across this question every now and then…as a matter of fact I ran into somebody the other day who was refused a mortgage by the banks and when inquiring about going through a mortgage broker he was told by a “friend” that mortgage …

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Dec 16

When does it make sense to consolidate debt?

We all have debt, some of it is good debt and some is not so good debt. Either way debt can sometime stop us from doing what we really want or need to do and the debt bad or good will always need to be paid back. Paying off debt can sometimes be all consuming …

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Dec 09

The cost of waiting it out

OK over the past month of posting I have been putting a fairy positive spin on where I think the market is heading, and that specifically in Calgary I believe there will be a very modest increase in home prices. While discussing this with clients, friends, and family I have realized most do not really …

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Nov 23

Housing starts set to increase in Calgary

Ran accross this article this morning http://tiny.cc/0bfm2 which supports the opinion of many I talk to about growth in Calgary. Other major centers in Canada such as Toronto and Vancouver have already seen growth with Alberta lagging behind. However it is looking like that is set to change at the expense of Ontario and BC. …

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Nov 18

The European debt crisis could save you money on your mortgage!

This European sovereign debt crisis could lead to substantial interest savings on your existing mortgage. The liquidity concerns that the European banks face (similar to the US Banks in the fall of 2008) has created a unique situation, where short term money (variable rate mortgages) become more expensive and where longer term money (US and …

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Nov 17

Credit line or Mortgage?

Sifting through the usual bombardment of information this morning I came across this article and it really struck me that generally people do not know what they have gotten themselves into when they opt for a secured line using their home as collateral. While the statistics in this article are quite high demonstrating the general lack …

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