Mortgage Broker Jason Zuckerman - The best interest rates and financing options

Interest Rates

Posted Rate Term Our Rates
3.00% Variable Closed 2.15%
3.50% 1 year 2.44%
3.90% 2 years 2.54%
3.89% 3 Years 2.65%
4.14% 4 Years 2.79%
4.39% 5 Years 2.79%
5.75% 7 Years 3.39%
5.90% 10 Years 3.79%
4.00% Variable Open/Line of Credit 3.20%
4.50% 5 year fixed rate with $1000 notary paid 2.84%
4.00% 5 variable closed with $1000 notary paid 2.15%

*rates are subject to change without notice

Giving Back to the community

Bookmark and Share

Bankruptcy Mortgages

How to find lenders when you have poor credit

Bankruptcy is a legal declaration of an inability to pay your creditors. You may file for bankruptcy to absolve yourself from payments. In Canada, you can also file a consumer proposal as an alternative to bankruptcy. A consumer proposal is a negotiated settlement between a debtor and their creditors, involving monthly payments for a maximum of five years.

If you chose to complete filling for bankruptcy, you would think that now you are off to a fresh start. However, the truth is that you are viewed as a financial risk because of your poor credit. If you are looking to finance a home after bankruptcy, there is a way.

Here are 2 possible ways to get a mortgage regardless of your poor credit:

  • · Wait 2 years after bankruptcy - If you wait 2 years to finance a mortgage after bankruptcy, you will most likely get approval. Most lenders will view you less of a risk with poor credit, and you will qualify for much better mortgage terms.
  • · Some lenders specialize in after bankruptcy mortgages - Some lenders specialize in loaning people with poor credit or bankruptcies. These lenders do not view you as a risk and best of all, I can help you shop around to find lenders with the best interest rates and terms.
View me on Facebook Find me on Twitter