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Are Mortgage Rates Going Up In 2021?

Are Mortgage Rates Going Up In 2021?

With the pandemic affecting many in different ways, the surprising consistency and growth of the Canadian housing market throughout 2020 and early 2021 has experts stunned. Though many factors play a part in this, the outcome is as expected: home prices have skyrocketed in urban centers and local markets are running red-hot!  According to BNN […]

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5 Tips to Get the Best Canadian Mortgage Rates in 2021

5 Tips to Get the Best Canadian Mortgage Rates in 2021

purchase of your life. Shopping for a quality mortgage product is a key ingredient in that journey a choosing the right home starts with choosing the right mortgage. While most mortgage shoppers often feel that getting approved for a mortgage is almost like winning a marathon, at WiiBid, we feel it’s the other way around […]

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Considering A Private Mortgage? Learn About Their Value!

Considering A Private Mortgage? Learn About Their Value!

Trust me, I get it. Most folks tend to wait around for lower rates, a better deal, or a discounted price. I grew up in a household where waiting just a bit longer was always the safest method when it came to purchasing just about anything. Nonetheless, in the context of mortgage hunting, it may […]

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WiiBid: Turning Heads For Freelancers And The Self-Employed

WiiBid: Turning Heads For Freelancers And The Self-Employed

From driving an Ubers afterhours, to managing Airbnb spaces, or creating on Fiverr; Canada’s gig economy has been surging rapidly in recent years. Millennials nationwide are taking an entrepreneurial approach to reach their financing goals. The unprecedented growth in the e-commerce sector has revealed many fascinating opportunities for freelancers to accumulate passive income. As if […]

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Discover 10 Factors Impacting How Your Property Is “Assessed” in BC!

Discover 10 Factors Impacting How Your Property Is “Assessed” in BC!

Ever wondered how property value is “assessed”? Let’s say you bought a two-bedroom condo in North Vancouver for $850,000, but BC Assessment values your new place at only $800,000, or imagine selling a detached house for $1 million, even though BC Assessment estimated the home value at around $900,000. Something seems a bit off here, […]

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Save Your Credit Through Debt Consolidation

Save Your Credit Through Debt Consolidation

Lets start with the definitions: Your credit score is a number, based on specific information that gets displayed on your credit report. If you are struggling with high credit card debt with high rates, your credit score may be at risk. Using a mortgage vehicle cab help you pay down debt to save your credit before it’s too […]

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