Posts Tagged ‘Mortgage payments’
How to Access Needed Money: Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan for Consumers
7 Ways to Get More From Your Income Tax Refund
Hopefully you are one of the people who is fortunate enough to be getting a refund. While it may be tempting to spend your refund at the mall or splurge on some other consumer goods or a trip, we have 7 suggestions that will provide you with more bang for your buck.Read More
The Difference Between Secured and Unsecured Debt
Secured debts include mortgages, vehicle or investment loans. The borrower gives the lender a lien or mortgage against assets such as property, vehicles or investments in exchange for the loan. Unsecured debts typically include personal loans, lines of credit, credit cards, overdraft on bank accounts, and personal income taxes.Read More
I Received a Mortgage Sale Notice – What Can I do?
When you fall behind on mortgage payments your bank has the right to take control of your house and sell it. The mortgage company or bank must follow a formal legal process called a mortgage sale or foreclosure.Read More