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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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Why should I shop around when my mortgage is up for renewal?

Why should I shop around when my mortgage is up for renewal?

When your mortgage comes up for renewal, do you ever wonder if that’s the very best rate your current bank could offer? Clearly they should want to keep your business right?

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How a Mortgage Can Protect Your Summer Season

How a Mortgage Can Protect Your Summer Season

Here at Mortgage Teacher we always teach our clients how to think outside of the box. That’s why we don't ask the typical questions your bank asks.

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How to get the lowest rate

How to get the lowest rate

Many people ask us… “How does somebody get the very best, lowest rate?” Or "How does one person get a lower rate than another?” There’s really one answer:"Leverage".

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