Your first step should always be to understand the numbers. What you can be approved for is one thing, but what you can afford may be quite another. Knowing the difference between the two upfront can save you a lot of time and money down the road while still getting you into the home you want and love.
Refinancing Your Home
Refinancing your mortgage can be an effective way to consolidate debt and improve your cash flow, obtain a better interest rate, free up equity in your house for important purchases, and many other purposes.
Divorce doesn’t always mean you have to sell your house. Using a mortgage product designed specifically for this purpose, one spouse can buy out the other, without the need to sell
Cottage Or Vacation Property
Did you know that you can buy a vacation property with as little as 5% down? Find out more about how to achieve your vacation property dream come true.
Purchase Plus Improvements
Love the house, but hate the kitchen? Purchase Plus Improvements allows you to buy the house and renovate the kitchen, with the lender providing the funds for the renovation!
When traditional financing isn’t an option, private lenders often provide solutions that will get you through a difficult time period when nobody else will.
Investment properties can be a great way to generate wealth over time and have a tenant cover a large part of the financing costs as well. Financing solutions vary greatly from one lender to another in this very competitive market.
An increasingly popular solution for people 55 or older with plenty of equity in their homes but don’t have the income to qualify for a traditional mortgage. Can be used for purchases or refinances, and you retain full ownership and title to your property
Buying a commercial property can be a store-front plus apartment, a small unit for your business or a large scale property such as a restaurant or retirement home facility. Commercial financing requires specific knowledge and access to lenders who specialize in this type of lending.