at 2189 Austin Ave, Coquitlam, V3K 3V9 Canada
Tanya Anderson is a Mortgage Professional with over 3 years of experience. Tanya's experience and knowledge help her clients achieve the best results.
Tanya Anderson is a Mortgage Professional with over 3 years of experience in the Mortgage Industry. After obtaining her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Simon Fraser University, Tanya went on to manage a children’s website for 8 years. Her unique experience and knowledge has been a great asset to her colleagues. Following the birth of her daughter, Tanya shifted her focus closer to home and began working for a small mortgage brokerage as the office manager. Her experience working on both clients mortgages and running the brokerage provides her with unique outlook. Her knowledge of customer service, mortgage brokerages, lender products, rates and government programs is an asset to her clients and her colleagues.
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Looks like DLC's chief economist was right. The Bank of Canada has left the overnight Lending rate at 0.75%.
I had another excellent question from one of my favorite realtors today. "How much does my client need for a down payment when purchasing a former grow-op home?" Well, the answer might surprise you. Down payment requirements for a former grow-op are generally the same as a regular home, 5% of the purchase price minimum. BUT, here's the catch. Currently there are only a very few select lenders that will look at former grow-op homes. These lenders usually require an air quality test, along with either a comfort letter from the city or the re-occupancy permit. Sometimes they might ask for one or two other things too, so keep that in mind.
I just had an excellent question from one of the realtors in the Park Georgia office. They asked about the age old mortgage broker debate on fixed rates versus variable rates. The true answer is a lot simpler than you might think, or at least it is for me. There is no one true answer. Dun, dun, dun! In reality, whether you should go variable or fixed is really a question of your mortgage goals, lifestyle and what I call "The Sleep Factor". Give me a call and I'd be happy to go over your options with you.
The Bank of Canada announced this morning that it will be leaving it's key overnight lending rate at 0.75%. This means variable rate holders will enjoy continued low rates. Stay tuned for the Bank of Canada's next rate announcement in April.
Bradyn Anderson || May 06, 2019
There are a lot of questions surrounding affordability in the housing market.
There is some uncertainly as to whether the housing market will continue to slow down, with prices starting to decline in...
Bradyn Anderson || April 15, 2019
Yes, you can be a homeowner
The news is full of negatives about housing market slowdowns, mortgage stress tests that shut millennials out of homeownership, low inventory, a slowing economy – it goes on.
Although it may seem...
Bradyn Anderson || March 22, 2019
Anatomy of mortgage changes
There is little doubt that housing sales have slowed down in the past year, due in large part to stricter mortgage regulations.
Part of those regulations is a mortgage stress test that requires...
Bradyn Anderson || March 15, 2019
The Canadian economy and the housing market
We are living in strange times, economically speaking.
Mortgage stress tests have slowed the housing market and may be one of the reasons the Bank of Canada has signaled it may pause on increasing...