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Maximizing Savings: Strategies for Navigating Mortgage Renewals in Today's Rate Environment


As the owner of Port Credit Mortgages, I'm here to guide you through the maze of mortgage renewals, especially considering that a whopping 3.4 million mortgages are due for renewal between now and 2025. If you're among those facing a renewal, here are three crucial tips to consider in today's rate environment:


  1. Engage Early: Don't wait until the last minute to address your mortgage renewal. Engaging early allows you ample time to prepare and shop around for the best rates and terms. But fret not, because I've got your back! As your mortgage broker, I handle the legwork for you, ensuring you get the most competitive options without the hassle.

  2. Consider a 3-Year Fixed Term: In today's market, the trend is shifting away from traditional 5-year fixed terms. Many clients are opting for a 3-year fixed term instead, as it offers a balance between stability and flexibility. Let's discuss whether this option aligns with your financial goals and preferences.

  3. Extend Your Amortization: If cash flow is a concern or if you're feeling the pinch of higher rates, extending your amortization period could be a viable solution. By spreading out your payments over a longer period, you can free up cash flow and weather the storm of rising rates more comfortably.


Bonus Tip: Always Engage a Mortgage Broker! Working with a mortgage broker ensures you receive unbiased advice and access to a wide range of lenders and products tailored to your needs.


Bonus Bonus Tip: Don't Settle for the First Offer! Your bank's initial offer may not always be the best option for you. Always consider seeking a second opinion to explore alternative solutions. And guess what? I'm here to offer that second opinion and help you navigate your options with confidence.


Ready to explore your mortgage renewal options? Let's chat! Book a call today via www.emilycallme.com and let's ensure you're set up for success in today's ever-changing market.

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