More About Mortgages

In this lesson we will explain more about the mortgage pre-approval process and what to look for when choosing a lender. Examine banks versus mortgage broker and provide more tips
 

 Mortgage Brokers:  Most mortgage brokers are licensed by the government and have access to multiple lenders who compete for your business much the same as your independant insurance broker. In most cases there is no cost to you and the broker gets a fee from the lender on closing.In many cases the broker can beat the bank's interest rate and get someone approved that the bank can't.

I would suggest interviewing a number of bankers and brokers mainly to see who you feel comfortable dealing with. See what they have to offer re: Interest rates,term,ammortization,pre-payment privilages.

Quick tip: The banks are absolutely ruthless on payout penalties and if you get behind in your payments. All their mortgages call for 3 months interest or an interest differential which ever is the most if paid off before the mortgage matures or renews. Some of the credit unions are much more flexible so if early payout might be a possibility or if you want a lender who may have some compassion if trouble strikes make sure you talk to your credit union.

The Bottom Line : Find someone who you feel sincerly has your best interests at heart and get pre-approved for a mortgage. Here is a link to apply for pre-approval http://www.hantsfinancial.ca  Any questions email us at support@yourfirsthome.ws  

Mortgages are complex and a huge topic on it's own as this website is about buying a home we are just really scratching the surface so to speak.

We are constructing a sister site explaining all about mortgages and if you would like to be notified when it is available just send us an email to support@yourfirsthome.ws and we will let you know.

Now let us get on to the reason you came to this website to begin with

How to find the best home at the best price with the least amount of hassle . Lets go to page 4