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How to get the Lowest rate Mortgage in Alberta

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  • How to get the Lowest rate Mortgage in Alberta

    A home is the most expensive thing most Canadians will buy in their lifetime. Most recently, a global poll by banking giant HSBC found that Canadians were the least likely among current and prospective homeowners in 10 countries to have done some research looking for the best mortgage rate.

    Here is how you could get the lowest rate mortgage in Alberta:

    Comparison shopping is the best way to save your money while taking a mortgage. You can consult different lenders and brokers. Compare the rates they offer with your current credit score, credit history, occupation and income status.

    There are some rate comparison sites which are a great place to start your mortgage research. A mortgage broker is a middleman between you and the lender. The good news is that it’s usually the lender, not you, who pays the commission.

    A mortgage broker’s job is to find you the best mortgage given your financial situation. Also, brokers working at large, high-volume firms will often sacrifice some of their commission in order to negotiate an even better rate for you.

    So, consulting the best professional after research on the mortgage rates would help you get the best out of all the rates available.
    We will not only provide you with the lowest rate in the market, but we strive to ensure maximum flexibility within the mortgage product.

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    According to the Canada mortgage and housing corporation, the average price of a resale home has now fallen below $400,000.
    Last edited by shanerobert; 09-08-2019, 09:25 AM.
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