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Commitment issues? Get into a long-term relationship with your mortgage broker.

By Hugh Dellit | December 4, 2019 |

One of the worst things about the financial services industry is the occasional perception that it’s a transactional, one-off experience. Where deals are churned and burned, often at the expense of the client who is paying for the service. In reality, it’s very different from that in most places.   For most people, they’re not…

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The low-down on car finance

By linkpixel | October 24, 2019 |

Just like home buying, purchasing a new car is always an exciting step in life. You’ve done your research and due diligence, you’ve read all the reviews of the car you want to buy, and you’ve begun seeing a lot more of that car on the streets. You haggle with the car salesman, and once…

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10 Lessons About Financing And Money Management That We Can Learn From Superheroes

By Link Advance | May 13, 2019 |

For the last decade superheroes have been a big part of our world. They are everywhere in our pop culture, from ads to memes. However, each hero offers more than just a fun 2 hour movie or a quick joke in a Facebook meme. Every time we see these heroes’ stories, we see them go…

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So Apple Has Entered The Credit Card Game, What Does This Mean?

By Link Advance | May 6, 2019 |

Apple’s announcement that it was entering into credit cards in the United States this winter was one of the most unexpected turns for the tech company. Equally unexpected was who they were partnering with, Goldman Sachs, who traditionally have not had a consumer focus. While to those in the tech industry it wasn’t an overly…

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8 Reasons You’re Better Going With A Broker Than Direct To A Bank

By Hugh Dellit | April 17, 2019 |

A broker doesn’t benefit if you pay a high interest rate, while a bank does. Brokers aren’t paid based on rate, while a banks’ earnings are directly related to the interest rate that you’re paying. Brokers are paid based on the total loan amount, so whether you pay 5.5% or 3.8% on your home loan,…

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