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Free Mortgage Calculator

Posted by James Osmar | Posted in Random | Posted on 23-12-2012

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This free real estate Mortgage and Loan calculator is a great tool to add
to your real estate website(s). It easy to install and should be used it should
be used to encourage buyers and sellers to visit your websites.

Free Mortgage Calculator 

Free Mortgage Calculator

This mortgage calculator is an automated tool that enables the user to quickly determine the financial implications of changes in one or more variables in a mortgage financing arrangement. You can integrate this mortgage calculator in your website free of cost. Also, it is easy to implement and does not involve any programming.

Just copy the code provided below then paste it into your website's page. This code must be placed in section of your webpage where you would like it to appear. Your website developer can do this for you, simply send them the link to this page and it should be done in a matter of minutes.

James Osmar
SellingToolz Ltd.
800-409-9850 

Flaherty Expected to Tighten Canadian Mortgage Rules

Posted by James Osmar | Posted in Random, Real Estate Articles | Posted on 17-01-2011

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Real Estate Blog - Post provided by the CBC NEWS

Federal Finance Minister Jim Flaherty is expected to announce tighter mortgage rules on Monday                                                                        real-estate-motgages
to combat concerns over high Canadian household debt.

The announcement is set for 8 a.m. ET in Ottawa.

Among the expected changes are the lowering of the maximum number of years the government will back mortgages — from 35 to 30.

Ottawa is also expected to:

- Limit the insurance coverage by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. on lines of credit.

- Reduce the upper limit that Canadians can borrow against their home equity to 85 per cent from 90 per cent.

The changes come following recent warnings from the Bank of Canada on household debt levels.

In December, bank governor Mark Carney cautioned Canadian households and businesses not to be lulled by current low interest rates, because repercussions from a hike could be swift.

Last week, Agathe Cote, a deputy governor at the bank, told a Kingston, Ont., audience that a sudden weakening in the Canadian housing sector could affect other areas of the economy given the high debt loads of some households.

If that shock hits, Canadians would be expected to cut back on their spending, she said.

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