When is the best time to set up your mortgage payments? There are a few options – let me break it down for you!
Securing a mortgage in today’s market can be more complex than it used to be. With interest rate increases and rising purchase prices, getting a mortgage can present some obstacles to overcome. Even with a stable salary and good standing credit, some clients still need to engage a guarantor or a co-signer to get pre-approved […]
How much down payment do you need for a second property? 20%, 10%, 5%? Let me break it down for you! Let’s chat about how this affects you – contact me chatwithgail.ca
Do you want to be mortgage free? Don’t we all! Let’s break down two ways to get you there. Questions? Book a chat with me so we can help – chatwithgail.ca
I’d love to hear the story of your first mortgage! Let me know what you wish you knew before you signed the dotted line.
If you are thinking of moving THIS year, this is what you need to know! Let’s have a conversation before you start the process.
Does a $500/month car payment affect your mortgage application? You bet! This is what you need to know! If you have questions book a call with me today – chatwithgail.ca
Your mortgage is likely your biggest investment, so is it worth protecting? You bet it is! Nobody wants to think about it, but in the event of a disability or untimely death, having protection in place is invaluable for yourself, your spouse, and remaining family members. It will greatly ease your minds when beginning to […]
Your money mindset and relationship to money will significantly influence your financial decisions. The goal at Gail Sylvester Mortgages is always to make sure you sleep well at night by making calculated decisions that get you one step closer to your financial goals. If your financial decisions and payments are keeping you up, it is […]
During the holiday season, it is tempting to throw caution to the wind and spend money on gifts, gatherings, and entertainment with the I’ll deal with it in January attitude. Spending without a budget can be fun in the moment, but when January rolls around and the bills start to come in, it can be […]