Mortgage Renewal

Our simple, stress-free guide to mortgage renewals.

Mortgage Renewal

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Don’t just sign on the dotted line

When the term on your current mortgage expires, it’s time to renew your mortgage. A mortgage renewal is an opportunity to negotiate a better interest rate, better terms or consolidate debt.

The bank or financial institution you currently have your mortgage with will offer you an automatic renewal. Typically, they will send you written notice a few weeks before your renewal date. The easiest solution may be to just sign on the dotted line. By doing so, you forfeit the opportunity to explore additional options, potentially costing you thousands on your future loan.

Over half of Canadian mortgage holders will re-sign with their existing lender under the same terms. Borrowers rarely ask questions about their mortgage as they don’t want the hassle of renegotiating with the lender. Lenders know this and therefore won’t offer the lowest rate or best terms available come renewal.

That’s where we come in. When it’s time, we’ll take care of your mortgage renewal so you don’t have to. We will assess your existing mortgage, compare it to the current market conditions and negotiate with lenders on your behalf. We specialize in mortgage renewals for homeowners in all situations including standard renewals, homeowners seeking advanced pre-approvals and early renewals, regardless of debt, income or credit.

A mortgage is probably the largest expense you will ever have and making this  mistake could cost you thousands! If you want to get a renewal reminder simply let us know here and three months before your renewal date we’ll send you an email with more information on how to get started.

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