Mortgages for First Time Home Buyers Pickering-Scarborough
Your Pickering, Scarborough and GTA Mortgage Broker
Thinking about buying your first property in and around the Pickering, Scarborough and GTA?
Tired of passing your hard earned rent over to your landlord? Maybe you've built up some savings and have a downpayment for your own property. No matter what your situation is, I help simplify the buying process and worry about all the financing details so you can get down to finding just the right property as fast as possible. I am here to help you beat the banks ... Give me a call today.
Make sure you get pre approved first and lock in your mortgage rate!
Each mortgage application is different and I will help you figure out the numbers so you can stay focused on shopping for properties within your approved price range. You and your real estate agent will know exactly how much you can comfortably afford along with the assurance of a locked in rate - all at no cost to you.
First Time Home Buyers
Get help with making an offer, paying for closing costs and choosing a mortgage that suits your exact and unique needs.
Making an Offer to Purchase your First Home
You've found your dream home and you’re ready to buy. You’ve talked to your financing company and know how much you can afford. Now it’s time to get down to business and make an offer.
Get Pre-approved for a Mortgage
As you navigate the home-buying process, it’s important to understand the steps as well as the terms used by mortgage lenders, which are very likely to include pre-qualification and pre-approval.
Understanding Mortgages: An Overview
As a first-time home buyer, you’ll want to learn as much as you can about mortgages—what they are, how they work and how they can benefit you. While you may be consulting a mortgage specialist during the home-buying process, the more knowledgeable you can become about mortgages, the more likely you’ll be able to articulate what you need—and want—in a mortgage.
Budgeting for Closing, Moving and Move-in Costs
The fees and costs associated with buying a home, closing on it, moving—and moving in—can add up quickly. As you go through these steps, there’s a good chance you’ll have a number of questions.