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refinance mortgage

Mortgage Rates Are Dipping: Is Now A Good Time to Refinance?

After mortgage rates had been on the rise for the last year or so, mortgage rates are dipping. Low mortgage rates aren’t just a boon for first-time homebuyers; they’re a boon for existing homeowners! If your mortgage is coming up… Read More

Sean Cooper

April 5, 2019

Blog,Mortgages

How To Apply For A Personal Loan

Applying for a loan isn’t always easy, let alone qualifying and being approved to borrow money. At Borrowell, we’re dedicated to helping Canadians make great decisions about credit and ultimately to help in making personal finances less stressful. The best… Read More

Ben Labenski

April 3, 2019

Blog,Personal Loans

What You Need To Know About The New Federal Budget

Last week, the federal Liberals tabled their last budget before the looming fall election. The budget has a little something for everyone from first-time homebuyers to seniors. Let’s take a closer look at what the federal budget means for Canadians.… Read More

Sean Cooper

March 27, 2019

Blog,Mortgages
notice of assessments

All You Need To Know About Your Notice Of Assessment

This post is guest written by H&R Block. If you purchased H&R Block’s Peace of Mind® Extended Service Plan, you’ll have one of our experts by your side from the moment you receive a CRA/RQ assessment, helping you through the entire process. Contact… Read More

H&R Block

March 25, 2019

Blog
qualifying for a mortgage

The Ultimate Guide To Qualifying For A Mortgage In 2019

Are you thinking of buying a home in 2019? Then you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we’re going to be looking at qualifying for a mortgage in 2019. Qualifying for a mortgage in 2019 is a lot… Read More

Sean Cooper

March 20, 2019

Blog,Mortgages
personal finances

6 Ways To Show Yourself (And Your Personal Finances) Some Love

Self-love and appreciation: they are on all our lists but they rarely get ticked off. We get caught up in a state of busyness, demanding careers, taking care of kids or ailing parents and end up putting ourselves last. If we’re lucky,… Read More

Michelle Summerfield

March 20, 2019

Personal Finance,Blog
how does divorce affect my credit score

How Does Divorce Affect My Credit Score?

Divorce is downright difficult. Let’s face it — it’s a significant life change that no one has a roadmap to. What makes it more difficult? Your tangled finances with your now ex-spouse and figuring out how to untangle them (while… Read More

Michelle Summerfield

March 18, 2019

Personal Finance
vehicle title loan

What Is A Vehicle Title Loan?

Owning a vehicle, or more than one for that matter, is quite standard for most people across Canada. This likely isn’t a surprise to you, but what you may not know is that nearly any owned vehicle can be used… Read More

Loans Canada

March 13, 2019

Personal Finance
Bank of Canada Rate Announcements

Bank of Canada Rate Announcements 101: What You Need To Know

If you’re a variable-rate mortgage holder or a regular reader of business news, chances are you’re familiar with the Bank of Canada rate announcements. The Bank of Canada (BoC) is the national interest rate and currency regulator that’s frequently in the… Read More

Penelope Graham

March 4, 2019

News
can taxes affect my credit score

Can Taxes Affect My Credit Score?

Your credit score is the number that essentially allows you to be approved for future credit. Future credit can take the form of credit cards, auto loans, or even mortgages. If you’re trying to borrow money, your credit score matters.… Read More

Janine Rogan

March 1, 2019

Personal Finance,Taxes,Blog