Each person is unique, and so is their story. We’re talking about their personalities, their backgrounds, their perspectives, and their talents. But if each person is different then why do so many settle for cookie-cutter solutions when it comes to choosing a mortgage? As we all know, a mortgage is a legal contract between you and the lender, it’s important to understand that a mortgage comes with a variety of clauses designed to benefit the lender. Those same terms and conditions can feel a lot like mortgage handcuffs if you’re not careful.
What is a second chance? An opportunity to try something again, a fresh start, or a do over (or if you play golf consider it a mulligan). If you’re a homeowner, the current market conditions may be giving you that second chance right now. You have likely heard that mortgage interest rates have plummeted to very low levels never seen before. And unless you’re a mortgage professional; like most people you’re left wondering if there’s something you should be doing with your mortgage?
With so much in the news recently on mortgage rates, Ron Lefebvre explains the impacts of what the recent rate cut could mean for Edmonton homeowners, along with other helpful insights on this radio broadcast of The Ryan Jespersen Show on 630 | CHED.
The 2019 Federal Election is over. Will there be any changes to the guidelines and policies that make housing more affordable for hard-working Canadians?
Ron Lefebvre explains the impacts of the Liberal plan and the Conservative plan for supporting first-time home buyers on today’s radio broadcast of The Ryan Jespersen Show on 630 | CHED.