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5 Things You Won't Believe Hurt Your Credit Score

5 Things You Won't Believe Hurt Your Credit Score

Deciphering your credit score can be difficult, especially if you don't know all the ways you can be hurting it. Your credit is not only attached to your credit card use, but with many everyday financ...

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Should you withdraw from your RRSP to buy a house?

Should you withdraw from your RRSP to buy a house?

Certified financial planner Jeanette Brox says young Canadians still have a good reason to withdraw from their retirement plan to buy a house: current prices.

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Five signs you are ready to take the home-buying plunge

Five signs you are ready to take the home-buying plunge

It may seem obvious, with today’s low interest rates, high rents and a strong housing market: If you’ve got the money, buy now. But how to know when you are truly ready to make the leap?

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A first time ever from a bank...

A first time ever from a bank...

Like we mentioned last week... "will the banks follow?" well that question has been answered, and its a first for our Canadian banks.

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SURPRISE! ...Bank of Canada drops key rate to .75%... but will the banks follow?

SURPRISE! ...Bank of Canada drops key rate to .75%... but will the banks follow?

If you have a variable mortgage, this concerns you....

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Mortgage Teacher is "Preppin for the Tankard"

Mortgage Teacher is "Preppin for the Tankard"

We here at Mortgage Teacher are happy to be a part of the 2015 Ontario Curling Championship "The Tankard" held by the Ingersoll Curling Club at Dorchester Flight Exec Centre.

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