How It Works
We Offer A Great
Number of Mortgage Services
Client's needs come first
It's our job to always lookout for the best interest and solution for our clients. We offer competitive interest rates.
We understand that life happens, therefore we can provide financing for clients who are in Consumer Proposals and Bankruptcies.
We provide Exit Strategies and plans for our clients to build a stronger financial foundation so you don't get stuck in a trap that you can't see yourself out of. Your financial wellness is our priority.
Quick Solutions in Emergencies
We can give a commitment letter in 4 hours in certain emergency situations. We also give 24-48 hour approvals. We're always just a phone call away to answer any questions or help with concerns.
Learning from us
And we also teach our clients how to build wealth through Real Estate investing and Mortgage Lending.
We are genuinely concerned about your financial situation. To see for yourself, give us a call at 647-567-2030.
How a mortgage works?
Banks and other financial entities, known as ‘lenders,’ are the most common sources of mortgages. On top of the amount borrowed, these lenders impose ‘interest’ and occasionally extra costs.
The lender will also place a ‘charge’ or security on the title to the property to ensure or guarantee repayment of the loan, interest, and fees. In the case that the mortgage is not repaid, the lender will be able to sell the home.
What is the best way to acquire a mortgage?
Getting a mortgage might be intimidating, especially if you’re a first-time buyer, but there’s plenty of information
and resources to help you along the path. Some of the step of how a mortgage works.
The majority of individuals begin by using a mortgage calculator. This provides you a fast sense of how much you might be able to borrow as well as how much alternative borrowing quantities and conditions would cost you.
At this stage, you should also think about a mortgage deposit. To be qualified for one of our mortgages, you'll need a deposit of at least 5% of the purchase price (a 95 percent LTV mortgage). However, because the greater your deposit, the less money you'll need to borrow, you might want to explore a mortgage with a 90% LTV or higher.
The next stage, once you've found a home or are seeking to remortgage, is to secure an Agreement in Principle. This is a personalized estimate of how much a bank could be willing to lend you. It may be used to show sellers and estate agents that you are financially capable of purchasing a home.
It's time to apply for a mortgage once you have your AIP, have found a house, and the seller has approved your offer. Learn more about the documents you'll need to apply for a mortgage and how to apply for one with All Inclusive Mortgages.
If your mortgage application is granted, you'll negotiate with a conveyancer, estate agents, and other appropriate third parties to reach a 'completion date' or settlement date,' when the legal title of the property is transferred to you. Your conveyancer will 'draw down' the money you've borrowed to finalize the deal at this stage.