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Benefits of using a mortgage broker
The #1 benefit of using a mortgage broker is a better lending rate – this means putting more of your money back in your pocket. The #1 misconception is that using a mortgage broker costs money. This simply isn't true.
Dominion Macklem Mortgage professionals work for you and when they connect you with a suitable lender, the lender pays the broker. There is a reason millions of Canadians use mortgage brokers instead of going directly to the bank!
Walk you through the lending process
Work with the best fit of lenders
Get a mortgage at a better rate
Costs you nothing
The Vancouver lower mainland is one of the most expensive real estate markets in North America. Even a couple of percentage points can cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars in interest payments over the lifetime of your mortgage.
Thanks so much for all your help with our mortgage! With all the ups and downs you were still able to work it out, and we appreciate it! All the best to you and your team!
Graham and April
RECOGNIZED FOR FUNDING OVER $1 BILLION IN MORTGAGES
Dominion Macklem Mortgages has access to more than 60 lending institutions; this includes big banks, credit unions and trust companies. Our licensed team of mortgage professionals is familiar with many mortgage products – ranging from first-time home buyer programs, financing for the self-employed and financing for those with credit blemishes.
The best part of working with Dominion Macklem Mortgages is that our mortgage professionals work for you – not the lenders – to ensure you receive the best rates and products available in today’s marketplace.
Whether you’re looking to purchase your very first home, renew your existing mortgage, or refinance your mortgage to free up some equity, we have a variety of products available to meet your unique needs.
Mortgage Finance with Bill Macklem & Jay Coupar – Vancouver Real Estate
Mortgage Finance Discussion with Jay Coupar & Bill Macklem Discussing the stability of the Canadian housing market, the ongoing supply and infrastructure problems in the lower mainland, and strategies for first time home buyers and investors.Read More