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Tips To Payoff Your Mortgage Early

The majority of homeowners wish to pay off their mortgage early. Wanting to be mortgage-free sooner is easier said than done; however, there are some simple mortgage tips that can help you reach your goal quickly. Make More Payments Your first option is to pay more frequently, such as accelerated bi-weekly. Most mortgages default to […]

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Consumer Mortgage Survey Indicates Interesting Information – CAAMP

In both Fall 2010 and Fall 2011, the Maritz/CAAMP study investigated consumer attitudes on some current issues related to housing markets and mortgages. Overall the results were widely distributed, there were a few exceptions where results were clustered, however the responses maybe considered to be inconsistent. CAAMP’s previous research on mortgage indebtedness has found that […]

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Bank of Canada Holds Rates Steady Into 2012

The Bank of Canada has decided to keep its key overnight rate at 1%. Global uncertainty with concerns over Europe’s recession and economic stability continue. In Canada household expenditures and business investing remain strong, however the strength of the Canadian Dollar is concerning for our export business. Also underwatch is our growing unemployment numbers. Credit […]

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RRSP Home Buyer Plan – What is it?

The Home Buyer Plan is a program administered by the Canada Revenue Agency. The program allows you to withdraw invesment funds from your RRSPs to buy, or build, a qualifying home. You can withdraw up to $25,000 from your RRSP in a calendar year to purchase a home for yourself or for a relative who […]

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