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Everything You Need To Know About Private Lending

  No one should have to struggle to get a loan. If you are struggling, don’t give up. There are other options to regular loan lending. Private lending is available to help those who can’t usually qualify for a loan. Private lending may be the way to go if you are having issues with the…

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10 THINGS TO CONSIDER BEFORE RENEWING YOUR MORTGAGE

  Your mortgage term is nearing its end, and you’ve been notified of the possibility of renewal. Before jumping in to sign the renewal right away, there are a few things to know before you continue with the Mortgage Renewal process. Although things may seem much quicker and easy by just staying with the current…

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When your current mortgage term is coming to an end, you will have a chance to renegotiate terms and rates. This mortgage renegotiation is called refinancing, and it can do many things like pay off your mortgage faster, save money and build home equity. What is Refinancing a Mortgage? Refinancing is when you take your…

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You may have heard of Home Equity Loans for residential situations. It may be a little harder for you to believe that you can use this type of loan for financing your business. Home Equity loans can definitely be used to buy, assist, or finance a business in many ways. Like any other Home Equity…

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why-and-when-should-you-refinance-your-home

With the many types of mortgages and financial solutions flowing around today, you may be wondering which one is right for you. If you are struggling to make payments on your mortgage, and are looking for ways to lower payments, refinancing your home may be the answer. Matrix Mortgage Global is ready to help you…

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  Matrix Mortgage Global is a team of committed and experienced mortgage brokers, who want to help you and your family to take care of your financial responsibilities and achieve your dreams in 2021. Those dreams may need the help of a Second Mortgage. What is a Second Mortgage? A second mortgage is a mortgage…

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  With the variety of loans available today, you know there is going to be the perfect one for you. A second mortgage is set up to help those in many different situations, but if it suits you and your financial obligations, it could make all the difference. What is a Second Mortgage? A second…

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  Did you know your house is more than just a home? Your home is an investment, and a source of money ready to help with improvements, education repairs, and emergencies. Using your home’s equity can be a quick and easy way to improve a financial situation and pay for surprise costs. What is Home…

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  We all want to find the best and lowest rates for a mortgage. Here are some helpful tips to help get the lowest mortgage rate you possibly can. Credit score matters. It actually plays a big part in the mortgage rate you will qualify for. Paying down any debts will help improve a credit…

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Late last week, Matrix Mortgage Global, the award-winning, Scarborough, Ontario-based brokerage formerly aligned with Verico Financial Group, announced it had entered into a franchise agreement with Mortgage Centre Canada, part of Dominion Lending Centres’ network of brokerages. According to Shawn Allen, founder and CEO of Matrix, the decision to go into business with Mortgage Centre…

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For Shawn Allen (pictured), cryptocurrency and blockchain technology represents the future of the mortgage industry – and he’s determined that Matrix Mortgage will be at the forefront of it. The company’s founder and principal owner told Mortgage Broker News that blockchain and decentralized finance were set to “take the whole industry by storm” as Matrix…

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Strong alliances and support networks meant that starting young did not prove to be a barrier for Laura Martin (pictured), chief operating officer at Matrix Mortgage Global. Diving headlong into mortgages back in 2007 at the age of 20, Martin cited one of her earliest professional partnerships as a crucial component of her formative years…

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Matrix Mortgage Global customers will be able to use BTC, XRP, ETH, BCH, and several stablecoins to pay for company services. The narrative that cryptocurrencies are not used as payment methods continues to be debunked, with numerous companies enabling such transactions lately. One of the largest Canadian brokers, Matrix Mortgage Global, is the latest to…

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Matrix Mortgage Global announced earlier this week that it will begin accepting cryptocurrency as payment. The alternative lender said that its goods and services can be fulfilled with Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, XRP, and ETH, along with several dollar-pegged stable coins. This includes Mortgage Agent Registration cost using BitPay. Matrix said that this step positions the…

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Matrix Mortgage Global, Canada’s 3x Broker Of The Year, today announced the company is accepting Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, XRP and ETH, as well as several dollar-pegged stable coins, for payment of goods and services including Mortgage Agent Registration cost using BitPay. The ability to accept cryptocurrency expands Matrix Mortgage Global into international markets where accepting…

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There is no need to struggle when looking for a mortgage to achieve your financial dreams. You can experience many benefits when getting a private mortgage, and with today’s lending requirements, private mortgages may be just the right thing for you. Can you save money with a Private Mortgage? Of course. What Is a Private…

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Do you have financial dreams or goals that just seem a bit out of reach? For some, a Home Equity Loan can help achieve those goals and make dreams come true but converting equity into cash. A Home Equity Loan allows you to have the flexibility to choose which costs to cover, especially with large…

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As a homeowner you have worked hard to make your home just the way you want it. So, the prospect of losing your home can be scary and emotionally devasting. But that is exactly what can happen if you begin missing or falling behind on your mortgage payment. When a mortgage holder starts to miss…

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During difficult times, finances may get tight and force you to make decisions you really don’t want to make. For those tough times, when it comes to houses, you may be faced with the possibility of being forced to sell your home. There are two ways this sale can occur. One way to sell is…

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For some homeowners, the idea of taking out a second mortgage sounds scary – after all, how can they manage two mortgage payments. But when you take out a second mortgage in order to pay off debt, the result is often that you end up saving money because you are lowering the total interest rate…

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Bad credit mortgage Have you missed any credit payment in the past? Are you worried about your mortgage repayment? Is bad credit getting in the way of realising your dreams? If your answer to any of these questions is ‘yes’ then you can reach out to us and we’ll help you get through this cycle.…

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What a year 2020 has been for the marketplace: massive job losses, an erratic stock market, and low interest rates caused by the pandemic have some Canadian seniors thinking about getting a reverse mortgage. Since March, reverse mortgage borrowers racked up an extra $113.04 million in reverse debt, which is about 30% lower than the…

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The financial hardships due to COVID-19 have become very real for business in Ontario. Statistics Canada indicates that the pandemic has led to a significant in crease in business closures, and a decrease in business openings. In April 2020 business closures were more than twice than what was observed in April 2019, and openings fell…

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Small (new) to medium businesses in Canada are significant contributors to the economy of the country. Covid-19 has made it difficult for small to medium businesses to thrive the way they would if the economy was stronger, so the federal government has brought in various programs to nurture the growth of these businesses.  The team…

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In a report on Thursday, the Canada Mortgage And Housing Corporation looked at the state of the mortgage market in Canada. This year’s numbers, as is the case with just about everything else, was viewed through the prism of COVID-19. One crucial aspect was identified; more than three-quarters of a million Canadian homeowners have either…

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CANADIAN UNITED IS CURRENTLY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FROM SMALL BUSINESSES FOR A RELIEF GRANT UP TO $5,000.00 Royal Bank of Canada, ‘Corporate Canada’, Business Associations and Major Media Partners have teamed up to start the #CanadaUnited campaign, a nationwide small and local business campaign encouraging Canadians to buy local. In support of small and local businesses on…

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It cannot be denied; Canadian companies are facing critical challenges. These challenges have not gone ignored. At the beginning of September, the Federal government announced the extension of two pandemic support programs for businesses. The programs have been set up to help business owners develop their resilience and find new opportunities utilizing: expert advice, insurance…

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“Generally speaking, market conditions remained very tight in the GTA resale market in August. Competition between buyers was especially strong for low-rise home types, leading to robust annual rates of price growth. However, with growth in condominium apartment listings well-outstripping condo sales growth, condo market conditions were comparatively more balanced, which was reflected in a…

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Matrix Mortgage Global – 3X Winner The team at Matrix Mortgage Global is incredibly proud to announce that we have been named Broker of the Year for the third consecutive time by the Canadian Mortgage Awards. The Canadian Mortgage Awards is the largest independent mortgage awards in Canada, and it recognizes brokers, brokerages, and agents…

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Getting a mortgage can be challenging enough when your credit is good, but when you have poor credit it can seem like your dream of owning a home is impossible. It is a well-known fact, that the better your credit is, the more favourable your rates and terms are likely to be – but that…

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For the past 5 months, Covid-19 has brought the world to a halt. The viral pandemic has confined us within four walls. With parents working from home and kids taking classes online,there has been a huge shift in our way of life.As things are now beginning to look normal,schools in the country are planning to…

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If you are considering refinancing your mortgage or if someone has recommended that you should, you probably have a lot of questions about what exactly that means and what it involves. Refinancing your mortgage can be a great way to lower your interest rate, pay off your home loan faster, or even to borrow money…

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COVID-19 has changed the ways that consumers interact with business. There are more online sales, and when customers do shop in person, they make less frequent trips with larger purchases. When the lockdown ends, these new preferences are not suddenly going to go away. So how can business owners adapt? Here are a few tips:…

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consumer proposal rejected

There is no doubt that the current COVID-19 situation is a serious health crisis. But for many Canadians, it is an economic crisis as well. As “non-essential” businesses are being ordered to close, and people are going out less because of social distancing, business is drying up for many and sadly, people are getting laid…

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    As we all try to orient ourselves in our new COVID-19 Quarantine reality, the idea of work and productivity will be redefined. For many of us, we separated work from home life – had large periods of time to get projects done, and had large uninterrupted stretches of time if we demanded it.…

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To say that these are uncertain times would be an understatement! The COVID-19 virus is not only causing a global health crisis, but an economic one as well. Over the next few months there may be may bankruptcies and job losses ahead. The Government of Canada is doing what it can to mitigate the damage…

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How Can I Get A Loan to Pay Off All My Debt?

  If you are like many Canadians, you may be struggling with debt. Perhaps you experienced a medical emergency that left you unable to work while your bills piled up. Perhaps you suffered a setback in your business. Or maybe you just made some poor money choices and now you are afraid to answer the…

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Loans to Pay Off CRA Debt

  It’s almost that time of year again. Tax time! If you expect to get a refund from Canada Revenue Agency, you may be excited about tax time. If you know you are going to have to pay taxes, you are probably less excited. And if you are worried that you will not be able…

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Matrix Mortgage Global – Stop Power of Sale with our HOME SAVER program Power of sale, also known as foreclosure can be a scary prospect for any homeowner. Typically, your mortgage will have a clause in it that allows the bank to sell your home if you are not able to make your payments. This…

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How to Buy a Home in 2020?

If you have decided that 2020 is the year that you will finally become a homeowner, then congratulations! You have made an important decision that will affect your and your family’s future for years to come. But if this is your first home, you may not know where to start. That’s why we have put…

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How much you can borrow in bridge loan?

  In an ideal world if you wanted to sell your home and buy a new one, you’d be able to sell your house just at the exact moment your offer was accepted on the new one that you wanted to buy. This world however is rarely ideal and sometimes, you find yourself in a…

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Can I Increase My Mortgage to Pay for Home Renovations?

  Whether your home is in need of repair, or you simply want to update a space that isn’t working for you and your family anymore, home renovations can be expensive. Loans on credit cards can be costly with their high interest and even if you have the cash, you may not want to deplete…

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How Much Money Do I Need to Save to Buy a House?

If you are looking to buy a house in Canada, you will need at least 5% for a down payment. Since the average price of a single detached home in Canada is $498, 493, that would mean that you would have to have at least a down payment of $24,947 for that particular home. Keep…

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When Should You Refinance Your Mortgage?

Refinancing your mortgage is when you break your current mortgage in order to get a new one. There are many reasons why you as a homeowner might consider doing this. The following are some examples of when you might want to refinance your mortgage.    When interest rates have dropped.   The less interest that…

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How Can I Get All My Debt Into One Payment?

If you are struggling with a large amount of high-interest consumer debt, it may feel overwhelming and you may wonder whether you’ll ever be able to finally be debt-free. The good news is that there are options to help make paying off debt easier. If you have debt and you are a homeowner, the first…

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Which mortgage should I get if I have bad credit?

Having bad credit will most likely mean that you are not going to be able to get the best interest rate on your mortgage. It doesn’t mean however that you can’t or shouldn’t get a mortgage. Knowing which mortgage to get however can be difficult without the help of a professional mortgage broker.  If your…

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How to get a mortgage with bad credit?

It is no secret that having bad credit is going to make it more difficult to get a mortgage. But that doesn’t mean that you won’t be able to get a mortgage at all.  If you have had trouble getting a mortgage from a traditional lender, or you already know that your bad credit means…

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How Much Can I Borrow with a Second Mortgage?

If you have built up some equity in your home, then one way to access extra cash when you need it is through a second mortgage. With a second mortgage you can borrow up to 80% of the equity in your home. What is home equity?  The amount of equity you have in your home…

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Is it a Good Idea to Pay Off Debt with a Home Equity Loan?

Many Canadians these days are struggling with high-interest debt. Mortgage solutions such as home equity loans are one option that many homeowners are turning to in order to help them get out of debt. But are these tools really a good idea?  That depends.  Consolidating your debt and lowering your monthly interest payments can definitely…

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What do I need to get a mortgage if I am self-employed?

If you are self-employed, getting a mortgage can be trickier than if you are simply a T4 employee. In Canada, self-employed individuals enjoy many benefits including being able to write more things off their taxes. And while this results in immediate savings on your taxes, it can have other consequences. When you have a lot…

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How can a non-resident buy a house in Canada?

If you are a non-resident who is looking to purchase a home in Canada, you will be happy to know that buyers from all over the world are welcome. There are however a few important details that you should be aware of as a non-resident.  What is a non-resident?  This is not defined by citizenship…

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Can you refinance a second mortgage?

Homeowners when they apply for their first mortgage rarely do so with the intention of getting a second mortgage down the road. And if they apply for a second mortgage, it likely doesn’t cross their mind that someday they might want to refinance. But there are several reasons why a homeowner might wish to get…

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Can You Get a Lump Sum with a Reverse Mortgage?

 Reverse mortgages are a tool that Canadian homeowners who are age 55 and older can use to access the equity in their home. A reverse mortgage differs from other mortgage tools like second mortgages in that the homeowner does not need to pay back the loan until they either sell or move out of their…

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7 Tips For Getting a Second Mortgage in Vaughan

For those looking to get a second mortgage in Vaughan, there are certain tips that will help you qualify for a second mortgage quicker and easier. This list of tips are not the only solid advice you can get when seeking a second mortgage, but they are a great start. TIP #1 – Be as…

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Debt consolidation tips in Oakville

In Oakville, there are a number of options that are useful in consolidating your debts. Each option has pros and cons and not every option is available or suitable for everyone. It all depends on your unique situation. Here are 7 Tips that you should consider and use to consolidate your debts. TIP #1 –…

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Commercial Mortgages In Mississauga

Commercial mortgages in Mississauga are extremely popular, but it is important to understand that there are different types of commercial mortgages and that qualification for each type is going to vary someone. Whether you are looking for a commercial mortgage for a rental property, a storefront, or an industrial space, it is critical that you…

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Get qualifies for private mortgage in 2019

If you have been turned down for a mortgage before, you may be wondering if homeownership will ever become a reality for you. Generally speaking, private mortgages are the easiest to qualify for but the criteria could vary significantly from lender to lender. In most cases, your credit doesn’t need to be as good as…

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can Debt consolidation hurt your credit core

Consolidating your debt using tools such as second mortgages and refinancing can be a great way to lower you monthly interest payments and to help you get out of debt faster. Sometimes however, people are concerned that getting a consolidation loan is going to lower their credit score. Well, the truth is that it can…

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How does private Mortgage work?

When shopping for a home chances are you’re going to need a mortgage because very few people can buy a home without financing. In order to get a mortgage you will be working with a lender of some kind – a bank, a financial institution or even a mortgage broker – and they will be…

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Mortgage Agents can make your mortgage process easier

When you apply for a mortgage, one of the first decisions that you will have to make is whether to go to your bank, research mortgages on your own, or work with a mortgage agent. Working with your bank is convenient, but since there are no other lenders competing for you business that convenience often…

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 Can I get a mortgage if I am not a permanent resident?

If you are looking to purchase property in Canada but are not a permanent resident here, you may be wondering if it is possible or if you’ll be able to get a mortgage. The good news is that anyone from anywhere in the world can get a mortgage in Canada. The rules for non-residents however…

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Is a Second Mortgage Bad for Your Credit?

The term second mortgage is thrown around quite a bit, sometimes it’s used correctly and sometimes it isn’t. There are a number of facts about second mortgages that are important to know before you start the process of applying for one. It’s not a mortgage on a second property A second mortgage is another mortgage…

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Is a Home Equity Line of Credit a Good Idea

Life has a wonderful way of throwing surprises our way: once you tackle one obstacle it seems like you’ve barely had a chance to breathe before the next one is demanding your time and money. Sometimes your financial obligations just seem overwhelming, and you aren’t alone on that. You can take your biggest asset –…

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When you apply for a mortgage, one of the first things that lenders will do is check your credit score. The better your credit score is, the better rate and terms you will be eligible for on your mortgage. If your credit score is too low, some lenders will not even grant you a mortgage…

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Private Mortgage or in Mutual Funds?

With the stock market having so many ups and downs in recent years, it can be difficult for people to know exactly where to invest their money. The traditional choice for many investors has been mutual funds – that is funds consisting of a combination of stocks and bonds chosen by fund investors. Lately however,…

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Time To Refinance 🏠! Rates At 2-Year Low!

Cost of Borrowing Cheapest in 2 Years! While house prices may be sky-high in many parts of Canada, home owners are being offered some of the lowest mortgage rates seen in years thanks to low bond & Bank of Canada Benchmark Rates. Find Out How Much You Can Save! NOW Is the Perfect time to Refinance your…

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When people begin to think seriously about purchasing a home, one of the things that they are naturally concerned about is whether or not now is a good time to get a mortgage. They consider whether they are ready to take on the responsibility of a mortgage, but they also consider whether the current mortgage…

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Home improvement mortgage

For most people, purchasing a home will be the biggest single investment that they ever make. But what if the homes that you are considering are in need of some renovation? If you have to pay out of pocket for renovations right after you buy the home, it can leave you cash strapped. Fortunately, there…

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Good Credit to Get a Reverse Mortgage

If you are a Canadian aged 55 or older and own your own home, then one of the ways that you can access equity from your home is through a reverse mortgage. A reverse mortgage is when you borrow against the equity in your home and receive cash either in monthly payments (like an extra…

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Shawn Allen, Founder of Matrix Mortgage Global, has been elected to the Board of Directors for the Scarborough Business Association. The SBA is a not-for-profit community based organization focused on driving prosperity in the Toronto Business Community. Matrix Mortgage Global, Ranked as the #1 Brokerage on the Growth 500 List (Canadian Business), and nominated 2019…

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consumer proposal rejected

A consumer proposal is just what it sounds like. It is a proposal that you send to your creditors with the help of a trustee. You propose to pay off a portion of your unsecured debt within a certain timeframe (the maximum being five years) and in return your creditors agree to forgive the balance…

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Can I Still Buy a House with Bad Credit?

Many Canadian dream of one day owning a home to raise their families in. But for those with low credit scores, this dream can seem out of reach. The good news is that even if your credit isn’t great, it is still possible to buy a house. Bad credit mortgages (also known as high risk…

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Shawn Allen: A sign of things to come

The broker who smashed the $380m mark by turning massive change into a wealth of opportunities SHAWN ALLEN is not your average broker. He opened the doors of his company, Matrix Mortgage Global, during the GFC; grew his business to specialise in alternative financing; and now spends about $1m a year on marketing and advertising. In…

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Most people don’t think much about their mortgage renewal until they get a reminder in the mail from their financial institution that their renewal is coming up. But the truth is that mortgage renewal should be something that is always in the back of your mind because while most renewals get approved without too much…

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Mortgage renewal when Unemployed

There is never a good or convenient time to lose your job. But becoming unemployed shortly before your mortgage renewal time can be particularly stressful. You may wonder whether you lender will even be willing to renew your mortgage. So what are your options? First of all, don’t panic. Losing your job doesn’t automatically disqualify…

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MPAbrokerbusinessexchange

It is now only a few months away until our next Broker Business Exchange event, featuring speakers from across the globe to provide advice, insight and helpful discussion. The event on 5 June will not only provide networking opportunities for brokers, but it will aim to help you build your business and explore new opportunities…

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Recent Changes Making it Easier to Get a Mortgage When Self-Employed

You’ve spent a lot of time building your business, and making a living doing something you absolutely love, but it can be frustrating when it comes to financing and credit when you’re self-employed. Working for yourself means sometimes there’s a large variance in income, and that can make creditors a little hesitant to give you…

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Top Mistakes to Avoid When Consolidating Debt

When you’re facing large amounts of debt, a consolidation loan might seem like a very attractive option to condense every debt into one easy monthly payment. Consolidation loans can be helpful if you have lots of creditors and need to organize your accounts. They also give you a very firm deadline: when the loan is…

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Is 2019 a Good Year to Renew Your Mortgage

When your mortgage is up for renewal you might be wondering if your new rate is the best rate you can get, if it’s a good time for renewal and when the best deal is for you. In 2019 many home owners across Canada will be renewing their mortgages and hoping their payments don’t go…

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Is Now the Time for a Cash Out Mortgage Refinance?

Most people at some point in their lives will need access to a large lump sum of cash. This could be to consolidate debt, pay for an investment, to remodel their home or perhaps to pay for an unexpected emergency. One way to access this cash, is through cash out mortgage refinancing. What this means…

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Tips to Improving Your Credit Quickly

While it is still possible to get a mortgage if you have poor credit, it is definitely easier (and less costly) to get a mortgage if you have good credit. So if you already have a few red marks on your credit report, what can you do to clean them up quickly? Here are a…

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While no one can say for certain, here are some of our predictions for the coming year. More variable rate mortgages at the start of the year.

As the year comes to a close, you might be wondering what 2019 is going to have in store for us in terms of mortgages. While no one can say for certain, here are some of our predictions for the coming year. More variable rate mortgages at the start of the year. With the stock…

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better regulations have made reserve mortgages a good option for some people and the only way to really know if a reverse mortgage is the right choice for you, is to sit down with your mortgage broker.

If you are a retiree who is looking to supplement your income, then perhaps you have thought about getting a reverse mortgage. Well meaning friends and family members may have warned you against this type of product because quite frankly, reverse mortgages have gotten a bad rap in the past. But better regulations have made…

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Can You Refinance a Mortgage with Bad Credit?

Can You Refinance a Mortgage with Bad Credit? If you need to consolidate debt or access some of the equity in your home, then refinancing your mortgage can be a good method of doing so as you can often lower the interest rates that you are paying. The problem however is that in order to…

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Fixed or Variable: Now may be the time to rethink that choice

Matrix Mortgage Global – Fixed or Variable: Now may be the time to rethink that choice The Bank of Canada raised its benchmark interest rate in July. For the fourth time in the last year. And many experts are expecting it to go up again this fall. This means that homeowners in variable interest rate…

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Should you become a private mortgage lender?

Matrix Mortgage Global – Should you become a private mortgage lender? If you’ve ever been looking for a place to invest your money, chances are that you’ve had people tell you that you should invest in real estate. Perhaps you even know some people who have done very well for themselves with rental properties. But…

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us- canada trade war

Matrix Mortgage Global – Threats of Trade War Won’t Keep Interest Rates Down If you have spent any time shopping for a mortgage lately, you know that interest rates are on the rise. In fact, The Bank of Canada has raised interest rates four times within a twelve-month span and more hikes could be on…

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Reverse Mortgages with matrixmortgageglobal

Matrix Mortgage Global – Reverse Mortgages Are Becoming More Mainstream It used to be that Reverse Mortgages were considered a last resort for pensioners who were desperate to make ends meet. This, however, is no longer the case. Home values have risen considerably in recent years, so it is making more and more sense for…

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Bridge Loans

Matrix Mortgage Global – Risks and Benefits of Bridge Loans When you are selling your home and moving to a new one, there are a lot of moving pieces. Unfortunately, no matter how hard you plan, those pieces don’t always come together perfectly at first. Imagine finding the ideal home that you want to buy…

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fixed mortgage vs variable mortgage

Matrix Mortgage Global – Canadians Divided on Fixed vs Variable Rate Mortgages According to Poll A recent poll by CIBC showed that Canadians are split on whether they would select a variable rate mortgage or a fixed one if they were getting a new mortgage today. Although 72% of those polled said they thought interest…

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New Immigrants to Canada

Matrix Mortgage Global – Mortgage Advice for New Immigrants to Canada If you have recently immigrated to Canada, congratulations! Moving to a new country can be exciting, but it is not without its challenges. Laws and business procedures may be quite different here than they were in your country of origin. If you would like…

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