Browsing: Spring 2020

Are you applying for a new mortgage? Understandably, you might be worried about making mortgage mistakes. Unfortunately, not a lot of people are experience in getting a mortgage. Most homeowners purchase one home and that’s it. If this is your first time working with a mortgage broker, it’s understandable that you may make a few rookie mistakes here and there. If you’re in the process of receiving a mortgage approval and you don’t want your application declined, here are eleven mortgage mistakes to avoid:

Do you know how to check your credit score? If you are like most Canadians, you are probably unaware of what your score is. In fact, you may not even have taken a glance at your report in a long time, which is certainly not something to be proud of, especially in this day and age of identity theft. In order to have access to the best credit products and great rates, it is imperative to know what is hiding in your report and what your number is – it’s what smart consumers do! The modern economy lives on credit,…

Grocery shopping for just one person takes careful planning. Most portioned meals in the grocery store, including cuts of meat and prepared or frozen meals, are sized for two to four servings. And buying fresh food for one is a challenge, unless you are able to use it right away. Whether you have just moved out of your family home, your family has downsized or you find yourself newly single, it can be an adjustment to prepare meals for one. While you want to be as healthy as possible, you also want to avoid waste. How do you buy food…

Pests have irritated humanity since the beginning of time. Mankind has done all he knows to rid his home of pests, but they just keep going and going like the Energizer Bunny. Pests annoy us, because we know they pass through sewers and other unsavory places. They carry diseases from these. They proliferate out of all bounds. Here are four reasons why it’s difficult to rid a home of pests.