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The one question that is consistent across the board and what every client wants to know, what is my payment?

My Covid Life in Images

I came home from sunny Barbados on March 10th, quarantine was not in effect that this point but knowing shelter in place and travel quarantine was coming, I quickly prepared for our isolation at home. Klaus arrived home on March 16th, and the travel quarantine clock started. 

COVID & Your Mortgage

Wishing a wonderful Easter and an inspiring Spring.
That is one good thing about this world … There are always sure to be more springs.
-L.M. Montgomery
I’m not sure how many times I can say this but these are interesting times. […]

Bank of Canada Rate Drops But It Has Not Floated Down To Consumers.

Are you wondering why some interest rates are going up while others have gone down? How you can use the lower rates to your advantage?

Sip. Savor. Summer.

Well Hello, 

Its been a very long time since I wrote an opening to a newsletter. I feel rusty and out of practice. Have you ever put something off for so long that by the time you had to do […]

Happy First Day of Spring!! 

Purchasing a home is typically the largest purchase most people will make. There are a lot of factors to consider before you fill in the application.

See Ya 2018

Jacquie looks back on 2018 and looks forward to the New Year!

Mortgage Repayment(s) – The Perfect Holiday Gift

Let me show you why making a prepayment on your mortgage may just be the best holiday gift you can get yourself this season!

Back By Popular Demand

Have you ever put off doing something so long that it became embarrassing, but you had to jump in and do it anyway? That’s how I felt about writing this months newsletter, embarrassed because it has been so long. […]

Bank Of Canada Increase, What Does It Mean For You?

Yesterday, the Bank of Canada increased the overnight lending rate by .25%. What does this mean to you? If you have a line of credit or a variable or adjustable rate mortgage you will see an increase in your payment next month. How much of an increase will you see?