29 Jan 2014

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Preventing Mortgage Fraud: Securing Information

A couple cases of mortgage fraud have made local headlines in the past month, and it should serve as a reminder for consumers to be savvy when it comes to mortgage fraud, and how to prevent it. One of the best ways you can prevent yourself from mortgage fraud (or other types of fraud), is to keep your information secure. Before you give out personal information, online or in person, be sure you know: who you are dealing with, how the information is being used, and if it will be shared Only carry pertinant (and minimum) personal information and identification in your wallet. Besides your…

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22 Jan 2014

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Learning to Budget (and sticking to it)

A recent survey by Credit Canada Solutions, shows that for the most part, Canadians are really struggling with…

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8 Jan 2014

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Money’s on the Mind in 2014

January is the month to make resolutions, and while you might think things like vacations and weight loss…

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22 Jan 2014

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Bank of Canada hands tied

As you know, your variable rate mortgage, line of credit and/or student loans are all based on the…

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15 Jan 2014

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Recap: CREB 2014 Forecast

The Calgary Real Estate Board (CREB), held its 2014 Forecast today, and if you missed it—lots of great…

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2 Jan 2014

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2013: Mortgage Year in Review

With rate changes, economic factors south of the border and natural disasters boosting home sales in Calgary, 2013…

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