29 Nov

Would a Co-Signer Enable You to Qualify for a Mortgage?

General

Posted by: Lynn Nequest

Would a Co-Signer Enable You to Qualify for a Mortgage?There seems to be some confusion about what it actually means to co-sign on a mortgage… and any time there is there is confusion about mortgages, it’s time to chat with your trusted Dominion Lending Centres mortgage professional!

Let’s take a look at why you would want to have someone co-sign your mortgage and what you need to know before, during and after the co-signing process.

Qualifying for a mortgage is getting tougher, especially with the 2017 government regulations. If you have poor credit or don’t earn enough money to meet the banks requirements to get a mortgage, then getting someone to co-sign your mortgage may be your only option.

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19 Nov

Pre-Approved for Your Mortgage… What Does that Really Mean?

Mortgage Tips

Posted by: Lynn Nequest

Pre-Approved for Your Mortgage… What Does that Really Mean?There is a myth out there that once you’re pre-approved for a mortgage, you’re good to go out and buy a home… with a no subject offer… DON’T do it!

A pre-approval means that based on being able to PROVE (through documentation) your CURRENT income, expenses, down payment and credit bureau you SHOULD be able to get fully approved once you find the right property (this is the first half of the equation).

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