We sat down with The BIG Guys Moving Corporation to learn about how hiring professional movers can take the stress out of moving day.
When comparing options it's important to understand the prepayment terms and penalties that will apply if you choose to break your mortgage early.
We sat down with HomeStars to share some insights about options new homeowners have when it comes to their mortgage.
Are you thinking of buying your first home? We've created a powerful tool called the Mortgauge Home Buying Plan that helps you qualify faster.
We connected with HomeStars to discuss what options are available to homeowners when leveraging their mortgage for home renovations.
The HomeStars Home Reno Report shows that 80% of homeowners are planning on renovating their homes. We explore the option of refinancing to pay for renovations in this article.
The Technical Advisory Committee for Mortgage Brokering was created to provide FSRA (Financial Services Regulatory Authority Ontario) with advice on enhancing its policy and supervisory approaches for the sector.
Open vs closed mortgages -- what’s the difference? We explore mortgage types in this article and break down what it means to you as a borrower.
This article explores how properly optimizing your debt levels can make a substantial difference in your purchasing power.
Hourly wage earners, the self-employed, anyone whose income depends heavily on bonuses or commissions – could see their buying power plummet – until 2023.
Lost income in 2020 will hurt how much mortgage Canadians qualify for. For many, this COVID Shortfall means potentially putting off a home purchase.
Thinking about buying a home with someone else or don't qualify alone for what you want? This article outlines what you need to know about co-applicants and guarantors.
In this article we explore what it means to refinance your mortgage, and the reasons why you should consider this option.
Is there a difference between a mortgage switch and mortgage renewal? We break down and explore the differences in this article.
How much mortgage you can afford is based on your income, your downpayment and your credit score.
How much mortgage can you get if you're self-employed? We explore how much income you need and what the requirements are to own a home in Canada.
Mortgage brokers or lenders give cashback as an incentive to do business with you instead of offering their clients a lower rate. Which option is best?
The true cost of Mortgage Default Insurance is not well understood. In this article we want to help future buyers understand the terms of MDI before signing up for it.
We explore the pros and cons of prepaying your mortgage in this article.
What you need to know about the RPS and Moody's Analytics report on Canada's Housing Market Outlook in 2019.
Now that the Canadian Federal Election is over, here's how we think a coalition government will affect first time homebuyers.
Analysis on how the federal party's housing policies for the 2019 election will affect first-time home buyers.
Mortgauge founder Alex Leduc is interviewed by the Toronto Star about the FTHBI
We lay out the pros and cons of the new First-Time Home Buyer Program and enable you to use our free calculator to determine if the program makes sense for you.
Your qualifying income determines how much mortgage you can get. Find out how the lenders calculate it and prepare for your next mortgage application.
We analyze how a couple putting down 5% instead of waiting until they have 20% is able to buy a home 8 years earlier and create almost $1,000,000 in extra wealth