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Using Home Equity to Fund Goals

Using Home Equity to Fund Goals   Your home is probably one of the most valuable assets you have. Why not take advantage of some of the equity in your home to purchase a secondary property, do home renovations, or go on a vacation. Using the equity in your home you can secure a low interest rate, combine all your personal credit into one, and save. Why not consider a low cost combined borrowing solution that has the fixed payment schedule of a mortgage and the flexibility of a line of credit so you have access to those funds whenever you need them. You could also pay off the line of credit portion at any time without any prepayment cost and have the access available to you, up to your full credit limit. Or you could consider a traditional mortgage. A traditional mortgage is a loan that is secured against your property but it is also very easy to budget. You have a fixed payment schedule and an assured pay off date. What’s right for you depends upon your own individual circumstances, speak to a financial advisor, get a financial analysis and see whats right for you! Tim Shwed 1-866-247-1378 http://www.timshwed.com Tim Shwed CIBC Mortgage Advisor 866-247-1378...

Special Event

Mark your calendar! HGTV’s host of Income Property Scott McGillivray is coming to Barrie on May 21st. If you would like to register for this event click below! CIBC Mortgage Advisor – Tim Shwed 866 247-1378 705 737-3302...

First Time Home Buyer Tax Credit

If you are a First Time Home Buyer about to Purchase a Home or have purchased in 2013 or 2014….Did you know that you can claim up to $5,000 with the First Time Home Buyers Tax Credit Program? Watch the video below for details. Call me today for more details. CIBC Mortgage Advisor – Tim Shwed...

Mortgage Options – Open or Closed?

Getting a mortgage for a first home or a secondary property is a big investment. In this video, CIBC Mortgage Advisor Tim Shwed helps you start the process off on the right foot by explaining the difference between open and closed mortgage...