My Rates

6 Months 3.14%
1 Year 3.04%
2 Years 3.19%
3 Years 3.54%
4 Years 3.64%
5 Years 3.59%
7 Years 4.04%
10 Years 4.24%
6 Months Open 6.70%
1 Year Open 4.20%
*Rates subject to change and OAC
Jennifer Di Francesco Mortgage Agent

Jennifer Di Francesco

Mortgage Agent

403-2800 Skymark Avenue, Mississauga, Ontario







Helping you with your financial needs.


Be PREPARED in today's market!


Paperwork Required for your Mortgage Application


Reduce your stress by gathering all documentation required ahead of time. Being ready will relieve you mentally and free you up to concentrate on last-minute details.

1. Identification: 2 pieces of ID (one must be photo ID, typically Drivers License)
2. Employment details: Proof of income, T4 slips, copies of your last 3 paystubs, T1 generals (personal income tax returns), years Notice of Assessments, employment letter from your company stating position, length of service and salary.
3. Self-employed: Talk to your accountant or bookkeeper for these reports. Incorporation documents, if applicable, financial statements of the corporation for the last two to three tax years, full personal tax returns, Notice of Assessments for both the corporation and personally, Lender may also ask to see portions of your books, such as General Ledger or Profit & Loss statements.
4. Other sources of income: Pension, rental income, part-time work, etc. You’ll probably be asked for copies of your tax returns, or copies of paystubs or rental income documentation.
5. Already own property?: Copy of the mortgage statement on your current property, copy of last year’s property tax statement, this year’s up-to-date property tax statement.
6. Current banking information: Including bank, branch, accounts and balances.
7. Verification of down payment: Bank account statement where money is currently deposited or a letter from a family member stating that the money is a loan or gift.
8. Consent to credit history search: Sign an authorization form allowing them to pull your credit history.
9. List of debts (otherwise known as liabilities) and List of Assets: Provide a list of what is owed, to whom you owe it to and what monthly payments, if any, you put towards paying down the debt, List should include student loans, credit card balances, car loans, monthly lease (or lease-to-own) arrangements and personal loans, lines of credit. Provide a list of everything you own, savings, investments, properties, etc... anything that shows your personal and business worth.
10. Copy of the listing: MLS listing and include this in your mortgage documentation package.
11. Copy of purchase document: The Purchase and Sale Agreement, signed document that states the address, what’s included/excluded and the price, deposit and down-payment you agreed to.
12. Condo or Townhome documentation: Condo corporation’s financial statements and status certificates.
13. Rural property: Certificate for the well and/or septic tank if you’re property isn’t on municipal water and sewer.

14. Multi-Residential/Commercial/Industrial/Builder: Typically lenders need to know more about the borrower ie. business structure, bio, etc., property i.e. appraisal, environmental test, etc., and project i.e. business plan, financials, etc.


This list is subject to change at any time and subject to individual Lender requirements.

Financing based On Approved Credit.


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BLOG / NEWS Updates

Weakness in Toronto and Vancouver after seasonal adjustment

In August the TeranetNational Bank National Composite House Price IndexTM was up 0.2% from the previous month.[1] Removing normal seasonal patterns (seasonal adjustment), the index would have been virtually flat, following retreats in June and July. In other words, after seasonal adjustment, the downtrend of June and July did not turn around in August. Individual market indexes were up in eight of the 11 metropolitan markets surveyed. Seasonally adjusted, they would have been up in only four. The published (non-seasonally-adjusted) indexes were up strongly under any respect in Ottawa-Gatineau (1.4%), Hamilton (1.4%), Montreal (1.2%) and Quebec City (0.5%). However, gains in Toronto (0.3%), Edmonton (0.2%), Victoria (0.1%) and Winnipeg (0.1%) only reflected usual seasonal pressures. After seasonal adjustment, these indexes would have dropped or be flat. Indexes were down for Halifax (0.6%), Calgary (0.3%) and Vancouver (0.4%). The published Toronto index was up for a fifth straight month. But it is the opposite after seasonal adjustment as the index would then have been down for a fifth straight month. For Vancouver and Victoria it was a third straight month of decline after seasonal adjustment. In August the composite index was up 1.4% from a year earlier, the smallest 12-month rise since November 2009. This weakness is partly attributable to a peak in August 2017 from which the index declined in following months. For this reason the 12-month rise is likely to accelerate in the months ahead. August 2018 indexes were down from a year earlier in Toronto (3.3%), Hamilton (0.7%), Calgary (0.5%) and Edmonton (0.3%). They were up from a year earlier in Winnipeg (1.3%), Quebec City (1.4%), Halifax (4.6%), Montreal (4.8%), Victoria (5.0%), Ottawa-Gatineau (5.2%) and Vancouver (7.6%). Besides the Toronto and Hamilton indexes included in the composite index, indexes exist for the seven other urban areas of the Golden Horseshoe. In July, two of these, Barrie and Oshawa, were, like Toronto and Hamilton, below their peaks of Q3 2017. Indexes not included in the composite index also exist for seven markets outside the Golden Horseshoe, five of them in Ontario and two in B.C. The 12-month rise of these indexes varied widely, from 1.5% for Sudbury to 14.3% for Abbotsford-Mission. [1] Note on methodology: The current-month data used to calculate the index are those of closed sales entered in the provincial land registry. To illustrate the home price trend, the published indexes of the 11 metropolitan markets entering into the TeranetNational Bank Composite House Price Index present moving averages of the last three months of raw indexes, a procedure that evens out month-to-month fluctuations. For our full methodology, please visit www.housepriceindex.ca https://housepriceindex.ca/2018/09/august2018/

Bank of Canada maintains overnight rate target at 1 ½ per cent

The Bank of Canada today maintained its target for the overnight rate at 1 per cent. The Bank Rate is correspondingly 1 per cent and the deposit rate is 1 per cent. CPI inflation moved up to 3 per cent in July. This was higher than expected, in large part because of a jump in the airfare component of the consumer price index. The Bank expects CPI inflation to move back towards 2 per cent in early 2019, as the effects of past increases in gasoline prices dissipate. The Banks core measures of inflation remain firmly around 2 per cent, consistent with an economy that has been operating near capacity for some time. Wage growth remains moderate. Recent data on the global economy have been consistent with the Banks July Monetary Policy Report (MPR) projections. The US economy is particularly robust, with strong consumer spending and business investment. Elevated trade tensions remain a key risk to the global outlook and are pulling some commodity prices lower. Meanwhile, financial stresses have intensified in certain emerging market economies, but with limited spillovers to other countries. The Canadian economy is evolving closely in line with the Banks July projection for growth to average near potential. Following growth of 1.4 per cent in the first quarter, GDP rebounded by 2.9 per cent in the second quarter, as the Bank had forecast. GDP growth is expected to slow temporarily in the third quarter, mainly because of further fluctuations in energy production and exports. While uncertainty about trade policies continues to weigh on businesses, the rotation of demand towards business investment and exports is proceeding. Despite choppiness in the data, both business investment and exports have been growing solidly for several quarters. Meanwhile, activity in the housing market is beginning to stabilize as households adjust to higher interest rates and changes in housing policies. Continuing gains in employment and labour income are helping to support consumption. As past interest rate increases work their way through the economy, credit growth has moderated and the household debt-to-income ratio is beginning to edge down. Recent data reinforce Governing Councils assessment that higher interest rates will be warranted to achieve the inflation target. We will continue to take a gradual approach, guided by incoming data. In particular, the Bank continues to gauge the economys reaction to higher interest rates. The Bank is also monitoring closely the course of NAFTA negotiations and other trade policy developments, and their impact on the inflation outlook. Information note The next scheduled date for announcing the overnight rate target is October 24, 2018. The next full update of the Banks outlook for the economy and inflation, including risks to the projection, will be published in the MPR at the same time. https://www.bankofcanada.ca/2018/09/fad-press-release-2018-09-05/


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