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May 24, 2009 by The Mortgage Teacher
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With investments doing so poorly, would be to our benefit to pay down on our mortgage while we are below at such a low prime ?

Michelle, Great way of thinking…. I suggest YES, figure out a comfortable payment (maybe check what the payment was back when you signed up) and ask your lender (bank) to “hold the payment” at that comfort zone. HEADS UP THOUGH…. I just called my bank to do the same, and

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May 19, 2009 by The Mortgage Teacher
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Is this banking crisis over?….. if so, will rates go up?

Great Question, some are saying the crisis is coming to an end, read below to find out what some economists are saying, jobs and housing still has a way to go, but when “may” rates go up?… The good news is, Prime should stay around the 2% mark until mid 2010,

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May 12, 2009 by The Mortgage Teacher
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What is new and different about a Tax deductible Mortgage?

I wouldn’t say its “new” but these techniques have only been used to make the rich, richer. It is a method of designing your finances that extends the remarkable benefits of debt conversion to almost anyone with a mortgage. Wealthier Canadians commonly employ expensive tax accountants and tax lawyers to

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May 3, 2009 by The Mortgage Teacher
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Given that mortgage rates are so low right now, should I switch from my higher fixed rate to the current lower rate ?

Great Question Shawn.. this is exactly what most Canadians seem to be asking too….. The good news is “probably”…. But please let me explain why,you want to look MUCH deeper into your numbers and MAKE SURE…. (Well with your Mortgage Teacher of course). One of the key numbers is your total

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Feb 17, 2009 by The Mortgage Teacher
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Why would the bank be charging a higher interest rate than what is the going rate today? They quoted me a rate of 6.55%

Well Carrie, it’s GREAT to see you are asking the right questions. Many consumers have been asking this for years. The banks system “seems” to be…. We’ll quote you a high rate, and (hopefully you sign it) if you shop around and get a better deal…well, ok, then maybe we’ll

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Feb 17, 2009 by The Mortgage Teacher
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How important is Credit Score when qualifying for a mortgage?

Credit Score also known as Beacon Score is definitely one of the key components when qualifying for a mortgage.

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Sep 1, 2008 by The Mortgage Teacher
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Is it true OMAC Mortgages in London has the "lowest rates" ?

Good question, Many clients have left one of our OMAC offices with a much lower rate then what they were offered from their current bank, so many people would answer your question as “yes” But… the truth is, OMAC Mortgages is a group of high volume mortgage brokers who pool

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