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Buying a house in the next few months?

Buying a house in the next few months?

If you or someone you know are buying a house in the next 2-4 months, then you may want to know these changes that came into effect !!

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Beamsville, Grimsby area gets a whole lot "smarter" with Leann Mann

Beamsville, Grimsby area gets a whole lot "smarter" with Leann Mann

We are happy to announce that the Beamsville,Grimsby and surrounding area now have a smart new thinking when it comes to mortgages, thanks to local Leann Mann

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Hamilton Agent offers new energy to mortgages - Lindsay Bishop

Hamilton Agent offers new energy to mortgages - Lindsay Bishop

Just as we see a new trending change to the city of Hamilton, we see the same great changes with the young and upcoming professionals such as Mortgage Teachers very own ....

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Mortgage Teacher Hamilton is here with Wes Pauls !

Mortgage Teacher Hamilton is here with Wes Pauls !

We are excited to announce that our newest teammate Wes Pauls is here to provide Hamilton Ontario #HamOnt and his home of Caledonia the best mortgage experience to the surrounding area...

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Financing renovations through your mortgage

Financing renovations through your mortgage

Have you ever gone to buy a house but as you’re walking through it you're thinking of all the upgrades you would want to do to the house if you were to buy it?

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B of C cuts rate another .25%... But where does this leave my Variable Rate Mortgage?

B of C cuts rate another .25%... But where does this leave my Variable Rate Mortgage?

The Canadian consumer, the Prime rate is currently at 2.75%, and just decreased down to 2.50%, so what does this mean to your mortgage ?....

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