Shana Fellows
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To buy or not to buy ? Are rates on the rise

Updated Thursday, September 26, 2013  ::  Views (216)

There has been alot of speculation about rates this last year and about their future. There’s concern that the new mortgage rules might push first-time home buyers out of the market. So what’s a home buyer to do this Fall ? Is buying a home in Sarnia a good idea right now ?

Owning a home usually makes complete financial sense. Especially in Sarnia, Ontario. Over the long term, sarnia real estate has been a great asset with excellent appreciation. Renters who add up what they’ve paid out during their renting years are often shocked to see how much mortgage help they’ve given their landlord. Most would prefer to have that money build their own home equity. But how do I get there?
If you’re dreaming of a new home... then it's simple. Getting into your 1st house or future new home requires good financial planning.  Need help with that? I will send you in the right direction. I put you in contact with the top mortgage specialists here in Sarnia. Most branches have their own mortgage specialists and I have a relationships with all of them. These Mortgage Specialists know exactly what they are doing, are experienced, have great customer service and guarantee current top rates.
First-time homebuyers – to ensure that you get off on the right foot in your home buying journey contact me today.  I have worked with tons of 1st time home buyers and I can help you step by step through this process. I am here to help you! And of course my service is Free to you as a buyer.
  In the meantime if you require further information on the home buying process or the new mortgage rules feel free to contact me today by email or phone. Shana Fellows or my cell phone 519-381-3937

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