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Debt Consolidation Plan

When should you consider consolidating your debt with your mortgage and why?

I'm getting my financial house in order. What are you doing?

 

If you are unable to pay off your debts each month and your total debt exceeds $5000.

Interest rates and how they are calculated vary widely.

  • Interest on a mortgage is calculated twice a year
  • A Line of Credit loan is calculated monthly and usually carries a higher interest rate
  • Credit cards are calculated daily so your compounded debt accelerates at a frightening rate
  • Mortgage loans are larger in comparison, and therefore take longer to amortize or pay off. But you generally will pay less interest on every $100 borrowed.

With discipline and a plan, you can eliminate your debt up to $5000 any more than that, and most people have difficulty managing their monthly financial load.

Contact us, and we’ll help you work out a plan with your existing mortgage and become debt free. And remember, banks don’t help you with your liabilities. Excuse the pun,…. it’s not in their INTEREST.

Debt Consolidation Plan

When should you consider consolidating your debt with your mortgage and why?

  If you are unable to pay off your debts each month and your total debt exceeds $5000. Interest rates and how they are calculated vary widely. Interest on a mortgage is calculated twice a year A Line of Credit loan is calculated monthly and usually carries a higher interest rate Credit cards are calculated… Read More

Clear up debt for 2016: a great financial goal because of low rates

Clear up debt for 2016: a great financial goal because of low rates

  About a quarter of my mortgage practice consists of people who come to ask advice and help around paying off debt. Considering that a mortgage is normally a person’s largest liability, there are a couple of simple things you can do if you’re carrying balances on credit cards, or lines of credit. As companies… Read More

More money down required if you’re buying a home…but only if it’s more than $500K

If you’re buying a house for more than $500,000 you’ll need to have more money saved for a down payment. Outside of Toronto and Vancouver, most first-time home buyers can purchase a nice home for less than this. However, lenders are likely to pass future costs for mortgages down to consumers, find out more from… Read More