4 Mar

The Shocking Impact of Consumer Debt Payments and How To Overcome This Significant Home Ownership Barrier

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Posted by: Bonnie Hudson

Savings, market value and government guidelines are obvious obstacles but in my opinion, one topic that doesn’t get discussed in enough detail is consumer debt payments. First a quick definition: Disposable income, is described as total personal income minus current income taxes. Essentially, your take-home-pay. Here’s a “live” case study.   See More

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3 Feb

All Things Credit Report

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Posted by: Bonnie Hudson

Any time you apply for credit in the form of a credit card, personal loan, auto loan, or cell phone, the company lending you money will want to access your credit report first. Your credit report is a snapshot of how you have repaid your financial obligations in your past. Lenders will use this information […]

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27 Jan

How to Successfully Kill Your Financing Approval

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Posted by: Bonnie Hudson

Here is where you are currently sitting. You have successfully found your dream home. Negotiated like a true champion and kept your calm through the back and forth with the seller. Provided the endless supply of paperwork required by your lender to meet the financing condition. Set up all the things required for the big […]

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14 Jan

Financial Check-Up

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Posted by: Bonnie Hudson

Welcome to your free financial check-up, discussing 5 key factors to assist you in ensuring you are on the right track to a solid financial future. Credit Ensuring you are using credit wisely will pave the way to making sure you have options available to you if or when you need them. One thing we […]

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9 Dec

BC & Ontario Poised For Canada’s Strongest Economic Growth In 2016

Posted by: Bonnie Hudson

Lower oil prices, alongside a continued slump in mining and metals, has weighted on growth. Oil-dependent provinces such as Alberta, Saskatchewan and Newfoundland and Labrador have seen their economies hardest hit. That includes a drop in housing activity. Meantime, the more diversified economies of Ontario and B.C. are picking up, and housing sales and prices […]

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