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Feb 9
2012

Cory's Market Update...

Blog posted by Cory Kline, AMP  ::  Views (4592)
  The bond rate has inched upwards the past 7 days. There has been no changes in fixed or variable rate mortgages. We are seeing 5 year mortgages in the 3.19-3.39% range, 10 year mortgages are still being offered at 3.89% and variable rate mortgages as... [ more ]
Feb 3
2012

Unbelievable 10 year mortgage @ 3.89%

Blog posted by Cory Kline, AMP  ::  Views (5733)
10 Year Mortgage @ 3.89%, closing by June 4, 2012   YES, this is through a Canadian Bank YES, I can do pre approvals, on 10 year mortgages as well, OAC*   To give you an idea, how good this deal is....   10 Year Posted Rate is... [ more ]
Feb 3
2012

Cory's Market Update...

Blog posted by Cory Kline, AMP  ::  Views (4030)
Market Update... Rates remained the same on both fixed and variable mortgages the past week. Bond rates continue to be extremely low and stable. We are seeing 5 year mortgages in the 3.09-3.39% range and variable rate mortgages as low as prime -.2%. The 10 year... [ more ]
Jan 9
2012

Cory's Market Comment...

Blog posted by Cory Kline, AMP  ::  Views (3728)
Market Comment... The bond rate hit a low for 2011 on Dec. 19th. There have been marginal increases since then but the it still remains at close to record lows.  Fixed rate mortgages remain at historical lows ranging from 3.24-3.49% range. Variable rate... [ more ]
Dec 15
2011

Do you know your Financial Fitness Score?

Blog posted by Cory Kline, AMP  ::  Views (19159)
Did you know...You can find out your Financial Fitness Score to help discover how financially fit you are. This Financial Fitness Score, the first of its kind in Canada, is available online at www.financialfitness.ca. The score is based on attitudinal and... [ more ]
Dec 15
2011

It Can Pay to Break Out of Your Mortgage...

Blog posted by Cory Kline, AMP  ::  Views (5756)
With mortgage rates still hovering near historic lows, chances are you've considered breaking your current mortgage and renewing now before rates rise any further. Perhaps you want to free up cash for such things as renovations, travel or putting towards your... [ more ]
Dec 15
2011

Cory's Market Comment...

Blog posted by Cory Kline, AMP  ::  Views (5702)
With the continued focus on the European Debt situation, bond rates hit the low mark for this year. This bodes well for long term rates staying low for the immediate future. No changes in the fixed or variable rates. If you have a variable rate of any more than... [ more ]
Dec 7
2011

Bank of Canada Announcement: Dec.6, 2011

Blog posted by Cory Kline, AMP  ::  Views (4128)
The Bank of Canada rate remained unchanged yesterday.  Highlights of the report are summarized below. ~Uncertainty around the global economic outlook has increased. ~European recession will be more pronounced than expected. ~Recent economic data suggests... [ more ]
Nov 17
2011

Market Comment

Blog posted by Cory Kline, AMP  ::  Views (5498)
The bond rate stayed low and stable all week. Continued concerns over the European Debt situation (now Italy) has kept it extreme low. There have been a few minor rate drops this week. Five year mortgages can be obtained as low as 3.29% (some conditions... [ more ]
Oct 31
2011

Barriston LLP Announcement

Blog posted by Joanne McPhail  ::  Views (19904)  ::  (1 comments)
Barriston LLP, Emerges As Simcoe County's Largest Full Service Law Firm Effective, October 1, 2011, Burgar Rowe Professional Corporation and Purser Dooley Cockburn Smith LLP, two of the most respected law firms in the region have merged and rebranded to become... [ more ]
Oct 31
2011

Condominiums & Status Certificates

Blog posted by Joanne McPhail  ::  Views (20862)  ::  (13 comments)
If you are considering purchasing a condominium, you will no doubt have heard about status certificates. These are documents which are provided by the condominium corporation you are buying into, which outline a number of things about the condo and the building.... [ more ]
Oct 25
2011

Bank of Canada Announcement for October 25th

Blog posted by Cory Kline, AMP  ::  Views (4033)  ::  (1 comments)
The Bank of Canada met today and saw no reason to move its key lending rate from 1.00%, where it has been for a little over a year. That's precisely what the market anticipated and it means prime rate (which is the basis for variable mortgage rates) should remain... [ more ]
Oct 4
2011

Quick tips for boosting credit...

Blog posted by Cory Kline, AMP  ::  Views (9037)
Planning ahead to ensure your credit is healthy before applying for a mortgage can translate into better mortgage rates and products, which can save you significant money throughout the term of your mortgage. Some tricks to improve your credit score... * Keep... [ more ]
Sep 30
2011

Benjamin Tal: Unusually Uncertain Times

Blog posted by Cory Kline, AMP  ::  Views (7362)  ::  (2 comments)
Unusually Uncertain Times Last week I attended my annual conference with Neighbourhood Dominion Lending Centres and we had an outstanding array of industry experts for 2+ days.  The summary below from Dr. Tal, of CIBC World Markets is a must read. I... [ more ]
Sep 30
2011

Cory's Mortgage Market Comment

Blog posted by Cory Kline, AMP  ::  Views (5785)
The bond rate again matched the low for the year, this past week. Pricing on variable rate mortgages has continued to change with discounts of prime less .4-.5% (2.50%-2.60%)becoming harder to obtain. There are no changes in the fixed rates, 5 year fixed... [ more ]
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