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Brent Shepheard - Mortgage Specialist
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Solid Advice, Flexible Solutions
Solid Advice, Flexible Solutions

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Self-employed Canadians should be happy to hear that CMHC announced policy changes that provide increased flexibility for satisfying income and employment.
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$50 Gift Card to Canadian Tire for Father's Day.

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More Canadians retiring with debt
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Refinancing your mortgage in 2018 isn't like it was a few years ago. A refinance is now considered an uninsurable mortgage and for that reason, comes with a higher interest rate. Call Brent at 778.558.5159 to discuss your next mortgage refinance
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Over 60% of Canadians in a 5-year term break their mortgage. It's important that you place your mortgage with a lender that offers the most flexibility around pre-payment penalties. Here are the top 7 reasons you might break your mortgage term.
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Many Canadians have heard about mortgage rules changes happening but few fully understand how they affect them. Mortgage Broker, Brent Shepheard, breaks down the changes over the last decade and what they mean for you.
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Closing costs are expenses incurred when buying a new home and include things like home & title insurance, legal fees, adjustments, property transfer taxes and GST. Lenders require you have 1.5% of the purchase price available to pay for your closing costs...Call Brent at 778-558-5159 for a free evaluation.
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It is no surprise that Canadian home sales activity slowed in January following a pulling-forward sales surge as homebuyers hurried to purchase before the mortgage rule changes in 2018.
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Canada lost 88,000 jobs in January.
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