Vacation & 2nd Homes

Buying a Vacation Home

Do you dream of owning a cottage, second, or vacation home that you can escape to on weekends? We can help. Owning a vacation home for you and your family to enjoy is attainable with as little as placing 5 % down! There are many mortgage solutions available in today’s market to help you realize your dream of vacation home ownership.

Speak to your Premiere Mortgage Agent to tailor a customized mortgage solution for your present and future borrowing needs. The best part is that our service is free. You do not pay us, the lender does! We welcome you to explore and visit our product and service offerings that fit your unique needs.

Buying A Home

Buying your first home is exciting, but if you are not familiar with the process, it can also be overwhelming. There are many different components of home buying that can help determine whether you are making a wise financial investment, and buying a home that you will be happy in for the upcoming years.

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Choosing The Right Mortgage For You

For most Canadians, buying a home means taking out a mortgage. A mortgage is money you borrow to buy a home, using the home as security (or “collateral”) for the loan.

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10 Reasons To Use A Mortgage Broker

Anyone that has used a mortgage broker in the past understand just how valuable such a service provider is, whether you are buying your first home or renewing your mortgage.

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10 Great Reasons To Have Life Insurance

We live in a world that is filled with the uncertainty. Life Insurance protects your loved ones in the event of your death.

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10 Ways To Make Your Home More Energy Efficient

Whether you are aware of it or not, your home may be using higher levels of energy than is really necessary.  Allowing your household to expend extra energy can have negative consequences on the environment, and on your wallet.

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ABC's Of Condos

As anyone who’s ever looked into buying a condominium knows, there are almost as many types of condos as there are kinds of people who want to live in them. Residential condominiums can range from high- and low- rise apartment buildings to townhouses, duplexes, triplexes, single detached homes, freehold plots or even mixed-use condominiums that include retail or commercial space.

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