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Second mortgage for buying a home
posted by: richardbaker @ Fri Dec 15, 2017 4:42 am
Hey,

I'm an expat in Canada. I got citizenship in late 2010. I own a food processing unit in Hamilton nearby Mystic Golf Club. I'm planning to apply for a home purchase mortgage. Buying a home is one of the biggest financial decisions that we make. I have already taken a loan to raise fund for my business. And so, this is my second mortgage. I must be more cautious in selecting the right one. One of the biggest barriers we face in the quest to purchase a home is gathering enough money for a down payment.

A few of my friends said that the ...
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Advice on home equity loan
posted by: barneslinda @ Thu Dec 14, 2017 11:24 am
Hey

I am in need of a large lump of money for my brother. So, I thought some plans and finally came up with taking a home equity loan. But I need to know more about this before applying for the loan.

Is it a variable or fixed rate loan? What is the amortization period range? I came through some benefits. Past the entrance to huge entireties of cash, another favorable position of home equity loan is that the interest you pay is typically tax deductible for the individuals who separate conclusions, the same as the regular mortgage interest....
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What to spend first in retirement?
posted by: Feldspar7 @ Tue Dec 12, 2017 5:17 am
I am quite uninformed when it comes to the smartest way to draw on retirement assets, so I thought I'd start here. Here is my situation:

My wife and I are both 62 and a half. I have worked, she has not. I plan on retiring very soon - within a year. Financially wise or not, it's what I am going to do. Here is my money situation as of today:

$0 debt
$1,050,000 in 401k/retirement fund (roughly 50/50 stocks and bonds) (taxable distributions).
$285,000 in cash.
$36,000 annually in SS benefits (combined) if I started them today (inclu...
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Compulsory Education to Enhance a Real Estate Agent?
posted by: Gloriawoods @ Mon Dec 11, 2017 12:08 pm
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First of all the discussion is Real Estate Agent.

For each state will have education and age conditions. Customarily agent must be Eighteen years old and take a state-certified course, usually about 90 hours of class stage. Then we will have to schedule and take (and pass) the Real estate paper. We will have to an upbringing...
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Welcome to Blusignalsystems
posted by: blusignals @ Fri Dec 08, 2017 1:46 pm
Nice to meet everyone here. I'm Joanne Cooper and have worked in the stock market industry for over 20 years. I'm especially interested in ways to reduce risk in the market with systems and strategies that traders use. I look closely at mathematical formulas and leading indicators to increase wins in the market. Looking forward to learning everyone's tricks.
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Bitcoin could rise to $100,000 or more before crashing to 0
posted by: AnhKiet911 @ Fri Dec 08, 2017 2:32 am
Bitcoin futures are set to begin trading Sunday at the CBOE and a week later at the CME, and retail brokerages are bracing.

Interactive Brokers' founder Tom Peterffy said on CNBC's "Fast Money" on Thursday, his concern is that the cryptocurrency could continue to rise to $100,000 or more before crashing to zero, and could pull down small brokerages in the process.

Bitcoin's price has skyrocketed just this week from $12,000 to $19,000 and back down below $16,000. Futures trading is only seen as further legitimizing bitcoin even as some pro...
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How long can bank hold the mortgage rate?
posted by: blackdoom @ Fri Dec 08, 2017 2:20 am
I thought banks can hold the current rate for 120days for maximum of 6month with higher rate.
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Today I stopped by CIBC and had a chance to speak to the mortgage specialist. She told me that cibc can hold the current rate(3.29 5yr fixed) until my house is built(9~10 month)

CIBC rate was 4.89(bank rate, could be changed but not frequently according to her) - 1.6(discount) = 3.29 for 5 yr fixed.
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I told her to lock the rate as I am not losing anything anyways and there's no setup fee for t...
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Buy Toronto now or later?
posted by: doomsmith @ Fri Dec 08, 2017 2:20 am
Here are details of situation:

1. I own a house in Caledon worth somewhere around $800-900K. I am planning to sell but need to do some work on it first -- will be ready around Feb to put on market
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2. My current mortgage is $500K. It is 2.89% and comes due Jan 2020
3. I'm buying a house in Toronto, in similar price range. Need to do this for family reasons.
4. I've sold a piece of land and will have about $200K+ in cash in about a month and no other debts
5. I have good credit but am self-employed. My income va...
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Whats a good service project to write about?
posted by: sofiawatson @ Thu Dec 07, 2017 6:19 am
For my religion class i have to write about some service project that i did this school quarter, and i didn't do anything. help with assignment Any easy ideas i could write about like donations or cleaning whatever.
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