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Buying real estate can be quite the time consuming process. There's a lot that needs to be done before you can even start looking at homes for sale in Erin Mills Mississauga or Stratford. You have to figure out what type of real estate property you want to buy, rule out neighbourhoods you don't want to live in, meet with potential Stratford or Etobicoke real estate agents, and look over your financial situation to determine how much you can afford to spend on a home. It really is a job all on its own.
Buying real estate entails having a mortgage. Determining what your mortgage will be means having to sit down with a bank or broker. Just one more thing you need to do. Deciding between going to a bank or broker for your mortgage needs can be tough. Which one do you choose? Let us help you out with that one. Both of them have their advantages and disadvantages obviously. There is no perfect situation. Ideally, what you're looking for is the right fit. Who will treat you better?
So, what are some pros of dealing with a bank for your mortgage needs? Well, you probably have a bank that you deal with on a day to day basis which means if you go with them there's already a built in relationship. You'll feel comfortable going to them for a mortgage on the Stratford or Oakville Ontario real estate you want to buy. That pre-existing relationship could also lead to some sort of discount for being a valued and loyal customer. Why wouldn't you want to go to your bank for your mortgage? They might use your loyalty to their advantage and overcharge you since they don't have to disclose their commission. We're not saying that always happens but it just might.
Why would you want to work with Canadian mortgage companies and an independent mortgage broker? Well, they pretty much do all the research work for you by comparing the rates offered by banks and other lenders. That saves you a lot of time. Their interest rates tend to be lower because they have to compete with major banks to get your business. The downside with working with a broker is that they might not have as much access to programs you might need that banks do.
In the end it all depends on the type of mortgage you want and who you feel most comfortable working with. As long as you aren't being turned away and have the option of choosing who to go to for a mortgage on your Stratford or downtown Toronto condos then take the time and go over all your options. Good luck!
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