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Weigh Your Options When Getting Mortgage

Posted by Kat Locsin on Saturday, November 9, 2013,

Everyone dreams of owning a house. After all, you are working so hard just to be able to get your dream house. Since you will spend money to get the real estate property, you have to be wise in your financial decisions. Remember that this is a long term investment. You cannot just apply for a mortgage loan without taking the time to consider all of the aspects.

Choose a Real Estate Property

The very first thing that you have to know is the kind of property that you want to get. There are se...


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Looking Beyond Mortgage Rates

Posted by Kat Locsin on Sunday, October 6, 2013, In : Mortgage Rates 

Mortgage is a big step to take financially so if you are new to this then you better plan this out properly. In short you would have to take mortgages seriously if you do not want to be a part of a bad statistic showing those whose finances have failed because of mortgages then you better be all ears. Here are the things that you ought to know about mortgages:

Long term commitment

This is one of the major reasons why you would have to really focus on why you would want to really go for mort...


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Reasons to Use ComparaSave

Posted by Kat Locsin on Sunday, October 6, 2013,

The thought of taking out a mortgage loan seems attractive at first but the moment you realize the financial burden that it impose, you suddenly wanted to drop off your loan and cancel it. Well, if loans can be cancelled, getting a loan approval should not be that hard. As it turns out, your only way out is to repay your loan in full. If not, you have to deal with a lot of consequences – starting from saying goodbye to your newly purchased home down to getting a bad credit score.  Do you li...


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Things that Will Help You Pay Off Your Mortgage Debts Sooner than Later

Posted by Kat Locsin on Monday, August 19, 2013,

Mortgages can take a very long time to pay off, especially if the borrower is just going to pay the minimum required amount. Amortization periods in Canada often take up to 25 years, which means that you can be in debt for a quarter of your life span, that is if you grow up to a hundred years old. Fortunately, you do not have to be forever stuck in this situation. There are several things that will help you pay off your mortgage debts sooner rather than later.

Compare the Different Rates bei...


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