HOME BUYER SEMINAR – Tus. Oct. 28th ’14

 Home Buyers Seminar – Tuesday, October 28th 2014 at 7-8:30pm  

–  Caisse populaire Desjardins Ukrainienne de Montréal   

3250, rue Beaubien Est.   Montréal, QC.  H1X3C9                                                                       

Session d’information pour 1er acheteur – Mercredi, le 28 October 2014 de 18:30h à 19:30

Desjardins KASA wants to invite you to this one of a kind workshop where you will learn everything you need to know about purchasing your first home in Quebec. Duration 1hr 30min

Topics Covered in this work shop are…
1) Mortgage Financing
2) Pre-approval process
3) Sources of Down payment
4) Finding the right agent to work with you
5) Finding the right home for the right price

Join us for this workshop appetizers and drinks will be served.


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Find the right mortgage financing option for your needs

Purchasing your own home is very likely the biggest investment that you will make in your lifetime. Peter & his team of mortgage brokers can help you get the most out of this important investment. Our trained consultants will help you through the whole process, provide advice tailored to your individual situation, and guide you to finding the perfect mortgage.

Owning vs. Renting?  Ask Yourself the Following:

You are planning to purchase a home, when suddenly doubt strikes you.  Is it the right time?  How much will my mortgage payments cost?

Our mortgage calculator can help you to put your situation into perspective.  Just enter some basic information and it will give you an estimate of your mortgage payments.

Here is what you need to know

Buying a home requires:

  • A down payment of at least 5% of the purchase price plus an extra 1.5% for fees related to the purchase.
  • You must prove that you can afford the related costs (notary, moving fees, etc.)

Saving up for a down-payment on a home can be very difficult, but we can help.  In consideration of your budget, lifestyle and long-term financial needs, we’ll find a solution that will allow you to achieve your goal.

Get a Mortgage that Suits your Financial Position

If you are thinking of buying a home, then stop for a moment to consider the pros and cons.  Create a realistic household budget that will not place any risk on your financial situation or lifestyle.  Once you know your borrowing capacity, you will have a clear picture of how feasible it is to buy a home.

With a clear view of your financial situation, your broker will be able to help you find a mortgage that fits.  We can also refer you to a real estate professional who will advise you in finding a neighborhood that suits your lifestyle and family situation.

When is the Right Time to Get a Mortgage Broker?

You should contact a mortgage broker at the very beginning.  Peter and his team will walk you through the whole mortgage financing process.  They will find a mortgage product that is tailored to your needs, will explain the programs and subsidies that are available to you, and will point out any closing costs that you might incur during the purchase.

Why Should You Get Pre-Approved?

Pre-approval is the first step in buying a home.  It allows you to:

  • Know your borrowing capacity
  • Set a budget for the purchase
  • Protect you from increases in interest rate during the first 180 days, but still allow you to benefit if from rate reductions.
  • Give you credibility and a stronger bargaining position in negotiations

Pre-Qualification: Protects you from interest rate increases, but does no include a credit check so it does not guarantee that you will be able to borrow the money that you need.

Pre-Approval: Gives you peace of mind and accelerates your mortgage application.

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