What’s The Difference Between Instalment And Revolving Credit?
Borrowing against credit is helpful – it lets us make big purchases and cover unexpected expenses while paying for it with future income. Misusing credit, however, can negatively impact your credit score and your future ability to borrow money when… Read More
June 22, 2018Blog
It’s Been Two Years Of Free Credit Scores!
At Borrowell, we’re big on celebrations. Whether it be birthdays at the office, promotions, or company anniversaries – we’re always ready with balloons and cake in hand. So what’s so special about June 20th? On June 20th, 2016, Borrowell became… Read More
The Best Long Weekend Getaways In Canada For Summer And Fall
With summer finally here, it’s time to get out and enjoy the Canadian outdoors. Chances are you already have your summer holidays booked, but have you considered getting away for a long weekend this summer, or even this fall? Canada… Read More
June 15, 2018Blog
Tips For Finding A Rental Apartment On A Budget
Finding a rental apartment on a budget can seem like trying to find a unicorn: impossible! Whether you’re renting for the first time or you’re switching places, a bit of preparation will get you closer to your new dream place.… Read More
June 4, 2018Blog
Happy Digital Literacy Day! How Digitally Literate Are You?
Did you know May 31 is Digital Literacy Day in Toronto? As a financial technology company, we at Borrowell think this is an incredibly important day – considering the technological revolution the world is currently experiencing. Technology is completely changing the… Read More
May 31, 2018Blog
Bank Of Canada Keeps Key Interest Rate At 1.25% – What You Need To Know
The Bank of Canada (BoC) kept its key interest rate at 1.25%, it said in a statement Wednesday. But, as usual, hinted at a rate increase to come. Here’s what you need to know. What is the key interest rate?… Read More
May 30, 2018Blog
Worried You May Have Been Affected By A Data Breach? Here’s What You Can Do
Data breaches seem to be occurring more and more frequently – a very scary thought for many Canadians. A data breach is when sensitive, protected, or confidential data is stolen from an organization. This information can be used to steal… Read More
May 29, 2018Blog
5 Common Mistakes Made by First-Time Home Buyers And How to Avoid Them
Buying a home the first time can be intimidating. I know this firsthand. When I was 27 years old, I bought a home in Canada’s second priciest real estate market, Toronto. Buying a home involved a lot of moving parts.… Read More