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6 Months 3.34%
1 Year 2.79%
2 Years 2.79%
3 Years 2.79%
4 Years 2.79%
5 Years 2.79%
7 Years 3.54%
10 Years 4.04%
6 Months Open 6.70%
1 Year Open 4.45%
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Alma Pasic Mortgage Advisor

Alma Pasic

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The Canadian mortgage industry has never been more confusing.  Do I use a broker?  Do I go straight to my bank?  Who can get me the best rate?  Who can give me the best independent advice?

 

Alma Pasic has been helping clients navigate the confusing World of mortgages and financing in Canada for almost 20 years.  Using her expert knowledge of the industry and relationships with leading financial institutions, Alma gets her clients the approvals needed with the best terms.

 

As well as being the coauthor of “Complete Home Buyer’s Guide for Canadians”, available on amazon.ca, Alma is also a leading provider of real estate investment seminars throughout the Lower Mainland.

 

She offers a full service financial platform across a wide range of products and options by working with a range of realtors, accountants, builders, developers and financial planners. 

 

Alma has the resources and relationships to access the complete range of mortgage options. 

 

First Time Home Buyer                Self Employed                  Credit Challenged

Construction                                  Commercial                       Investment

Debt Consolidation                      Home Equity Loans          Consumer Proposal Payout

Bridge Loans                                 Home Improvements       New to Canada

Offshore Investor                          Spousal Buyout                Reverse Mortgages

 

 


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First-Time Home Buyer Incentive now available

The First-Time Home Buyer Incentive helps qualified first-time homebuyers reduce their monthly mortgage payments without adding to their financial burdens. The First-Time Home Buyer Incentive is a shared-equity mortgage with the Government of Canada. It offers: 5% or 10% for a first-time buyers purchase of a newly constructed home 5% for a first-time buyers purchase of a resale (existing) home 5% for a first-time buyers purchase of a new or resale mobile/manufactured home The Incentives shared-equity mortgage is one where the government has a shared investment in the home. As a result, the government shares in both the upside and downside of the property value. By obtaining the Incentive, the borrower may not have to save as much of a down payment to be able to afford the payments associated with the mortgage. The effect of the larger down payment is a smaller mortgage, and, ultimately, lower monthly costs. The homebuyer will still have to repay the Incentive based on the propertys fair market value at the time of repayment. If a homebuyer received a 5% Incentive, they would repay 5% of the homes value at repayment. If a homebuyer received a 10% Incentive, they would repay 10% of the homes value at repayment. The homebuyer must repay the Incentive after 25 years, or when the property is sold, whichever comes first. The homebuyer can also repay the Incentive in full any time before, without a pre-payment penalty. Ask me for more information.

Consumer Price Index climbs in July

In July, the consumer price index climbed 0.5% (not seasonally adjusted), three ticks higher than the median economist forecast. The rise left the year-on-year measure unchanged at 2.0%. In seasonally adjusted terms, the CPI was up 0.4% in the month on increases in recreation (+0.9%), transportation (+0.6%), and food (+0.3%), among others. The Bank of Canadas preferred core measures on a year-on-year basis pegged in as follows: 2.1% for the CPI-trim, 2.1% for the CPI- median, and 1.9% for the CPI-common. The average of the three measures remained in line with the BoCs midpoint target of 2.0%. It is worth noting that the momentum has been building of late. Our in-house replication of the CPI-trim and the CPI-median for the three months to July reached 2.5% and 2.6%, respectively, on an annualized basis. Whereas the Fed can point to soft annual inflation figures to justify rate cuts, the BoC is faced with a very different situation. Whats more, in a context marked by a tight labour market and a weak Canadian dollar, we cannot rule out stronger inflation down the road.

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