Mortgage Architects Brokerage #10287 Pat Dowling Agent #M08003138 and Carol Kollar Broker #M08003625.
At Mortgage Architects we want to do more than help you buy your first home, we want to be with you every step of the way. Our Mortgage Brokers will work with you throughout the lifetime of your mortgage to find custom solutions to all your mortgage and financial needs. Whatever your situation, or your aspiration we can help. Talk to us about your mortgage needs.
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Believe it or not, you can save more then 30% on your utility bills by simply finding little openings and stopping drafts. Check your windows and doors before the colder weather comes and start saving money!
The colder weather is here which means you need to start thinking about how to prepare your home. Start by having your furnace and heating system serviced.
The long weekend is here! Your Mortgage Ladies would like to wish you everyone a safe and happy long weekend! Enjoy!
With news of #CMHC increasing insurance premium the average Canadian home buyer who has less than 10% down payment can expect the higher premium to increase monthly mortgage payments by approx $5.
Happy New Year from Your Mortgage Ladies! All the best for 2015!
Christmas Eve is here! Impress all your guests with this simple and delicious shortbread recipe! Enjoy! 1 lb of butter (softened at room temperature) 1 cup of brown sugar (light brown or dark) 3-4 cups of all-purpose flower (depending on how moist the brown sugar is) Red and green crystalline sugar Step 1 - Making the Dough: Blend softened butter and brown sugar together by hand or spatula. Do not use a mechanical blender. Add the flour a little bit at a time, kneading by hand to create the dough. Step 2 - Making the Cookies: Roll the dough out to 3/8 inch (1 cm) thickness. Cut into desired shape. Sprinkle with red or green crystalline sugar. Chill in the fridge for 1/2 hour. Step 3 - Baking the Cookies: Bake at 350 degrees for about 15 minutes.