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7 Common Mistakes That Hurt Your Credit Score

Posted onNovember 22/2021By

Nobody wants to be thought of as just a number, and of course, you are so much more. However, your credit score goes a long way to unlocking financial benefits such as the best rates for loans and credit cards. Unfortunately, if you’re not careful, you could hurt your credit score without realizing it. While it might not impact your day-to-day life, when you want to buy your dream car or need a mortgage, you’ll understand how important your credit score is. 7 Mistakes That Can Hurt Your Credit Score We are creatures of habit, but not all of our…

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Heloc vs. Second Mortgages: What Is the Difference?

Posted onNovember 16/2021By

Your home is one of your best and biggest assets. However, if you want to access the equity you’ve built up in your property, what is the right way to do it? You may have heard about Home Equity Lines of Credit (HELOC), but are unsure what they are. You may also be wondering if a second mortgage on your home is the best way to use your equity. Let’s look at what each of these mortgage products are and the benefits they offer. HELOC A Home Equity Line of Credit is similar to other lines of credit in that…

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Using Home Equity to Pay off Debts

Posted onNovember 10/2021By

For homeowners wanting to benefit from all the equity they’ve built up in their homes, using it to pay off debt can seem like a perfect solution. Still, it’s important to know what is involved in using your home equity to pay off debt. What is home equity? Home equity refers to the difference between what you owe on your mortgage and the value of your home. For example, if your home is worth $450,000 and you have $200,000 left to pay on your mortgage, then you have $250,000 in home equity. Whenever you pay down your mortgage, the equity…

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How to Find Good Investment Properties in Ontario

Posted onNovember 05/2021By

Being a landlord is one of the best side hustles you can find. With the demand for residential properties continuing to rise, you can’t go wrong by investing in a rental property in Ontario. In this blog post, we’ll tell you where to find the best one for you. Investment Strategies for Ontario Rental Properties There are different approaches you can take to rental property investment, including: Buy and hold. With this strategy, you buy a property to rent out. Using the rent that tenants offer, you’ll be able to pay off the mortgage. This sets you up to benefit…

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