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Investing in Private Mortgages: A Guide for Vancouver Investors

Investing in Private Mortgages: A Guide for Vancouver Investors

May 18, 2024 | Posted by: Alex Vinarski

Investing in Private Mortgages: A Guide for Vancouver Investors Investing in private mortgages is an attractive option for those looking to diversify their portfolios and achieve higher returns. In t ... [read more]

Private mortgage payment calculator.

Private mortgage payment calculator.

July 21, 2023 | Posted by: Alex Vinarski

Most of the private mortgages have interest only payments, with monthly compounding. Calculation of the payment is actually very easy even without calculator. To calculate monthly payment just multi ... [read more]

Getting a Mortgage for Rental Property

Getting a Mortgage for Rental Property

December 27, 2022 | Posted by: Alex Vinarski

Getting a Loan for Rental Property: The Requirements    Taking the first steps to become a landlord? The road ahead can be exciting or excruciating depending on how you prepare. Own ... [read more]

Reverse mortgage myths

Reverse mortgage myths

May 31, 2020 | Posted by: Alex Vinarski

Reverse mortgages have come a long way. They have evolved from a needs-based product to a solution that many financial planners recommend as an important component of a comprehensive retirement plan.& ... [read more]

Consolidate your Holidays spending

Consolidate your Holidays spending

January 9, 2015 | Posted by: Alex Vinarski

Time to consolidate your credit cards bills from holidays. There are 2 options: 1. Refinance existing mortgage (up to 80% of the property value) 2. Get second mortgage up to 90% of the property valu ... [read more]

2 Out of 3 Don't Shop at Renewal

2 Out of 3 Don't Shop at Renewal

January 26, 2012 | Posted by: Roar Solutions

Every now and then we see a mortgage stat that’s a jaw-dropper. This finding from Manulife Bank is one of them. It suggests there are a lot more people with money to burn than one might expect. ... [read more]

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