Do You Want to Buy a Home But Don’t Know Where to Start?
A pre-approval can be a great tool to help you determine how much a lender may lend you. But not all pre-approvals are created equal. Did you know that a pre-approval does not necessarily mean that you will be approved for an actual mortgage? An experienced mortgage broker can help save you time and stress by asking the right questions up front!
Concord Mortgage Group Ltd. is happy to help guide you through the home buying process! We often help experienced and first-time home buyers alike. Regardless of if you have bought a home before or not, it’s nice to have an experienced mortgage broker review your situation before you go house hunting.
Worried That Lenders Aren’t Lending as Much due to Covid-19?
Think again! Many of our lenders are lending MORE than they were before COVID-19.
Have You Been Declined and Are Worried That You Might Not Qualify for a Mortgage?
While we cannot guarantee that everyone can get approved, we are certainly willing to try for you. We have even had borrowers approach us who were declined by a lender, and we got them approved (with the same lender)! The secret is in structuring your loan request properly. That is why you want an experienced mortgage broker working on your file.
Feel welcome to fill out the simple form below, and one of our licenced mortgage brokers will get back to you right away!
Wondering How Much You Qualify for?
We have developed a unique calculator (internal use only), which allows us to quickly answer the following common questions:
How much do I qualify for?
How much money do I need to make to buy that dream home?
How much down payment do I need?
I have a down payment of $X, how much can I buy?
What would my payments be?
Note: Please be careful of online calculators. While some calculators do a great job, the standard way of calculating mortgage rates in Canada (semi-annual) is different than in the USA (monthly). This difference could result in giving you the wrong payment.
Want a Copy of Our Short, Helpful Guides?
Buying with Mortgage Default Insurance (CMHC).
How to improve your credit and make a stronger application.
Tips on buying a home.
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