Life happens

When big life events happen, it's still possible to get a mortgage

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New to Canada

Newcomers to Canada can buy a home with as little as 5% down
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Real estate investing

Buying an investment property carries a new set of criteria
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Mortgages for self-employed borrowers

It is still possible to get a mortgage with best rates and features if you are self-employed
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Parental leave and qualifying for a mortgage

Maternity leave / paternity leave / parental leave - can I still get a mortgage?
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5 things you need to know before co-signing a mortgage

Co-signing can be a useful tool if you know what to expect.
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Tips for home buying with family members

There’s so much at stake—and money is the least of it; we’re talking love and loyalty here.
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Mortgage after bankruptcy

Mortgage financing post bankruptcy is possible.
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Mortgage options into retirement

Here are some options available to older Canadians as they plan for mortgage financing through their retirement.
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Spousal buyout mortgage

There are mortgage products designed to allow you to refinance your property in order to buy out your ex-spouse
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Protecting your credit through a divorce

Here are a few things you can do to ensure you make it through with your credit intact.
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