Lisa Rennie

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Lisa has been working as a freelance writer for more than a decade, creating unique content that helps to educate Canadian consumers. She specializes in personal finance, mortgages, and real estate. For years, she held her real estate license in Toronto, Ontario before giving it up to pursue writing within this realm and related niches. She enjoys sharing her knowledge and experience in real estate and personal finance with others. In her spare time, Lisa enjoys trying funky new recipes, spending time with her dog, and of course, reveling in the joy of family.

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Mortgage Prepayment Penalty

Mortgage Prepayment Penalty

A mortgage is a hefty financial commitment to repay a large sum of money to a lender to buy a home. Considering this, the thought of paying all the money that you owe before it’s actually due might be far from your thoughts when you initially take out a mortgage. Read More


What is a Cash-Out Refinance?

What is a Cash-Out Refinance?

There are certain things in life that are very expensive and may require more cash to cover than the majority of us might have in our bank accounts. That’s why many consumers tend to take out loans to cover such expensive costs. People who own homes may also consider… Read More


Retiring With a Mortgage in Canada

Retiring With a Mortgage in Canada

After spending your entire life working hard at your job and paying all of your bills, retirement should be a time to finally be rid of the daily grind and the mounting bills. While there are obviously still bills to pay in retirement, one large bill that many retirees tend… Read More


The Best Personal Loans For You in 2019

The Best Personal Loans For You in 2019

Personal loans are popular financial tools that can help bail consumers out of financial predicaments. There are plenty of uses for a personal loan, and the funds received can be put toward just about anything. There are several types of personal loans available, and… Read More


Is a Lease Takeover The Right Option For You?

Is a Lease Takeover The Right Option For You?

Having a car is typically a required commodity to help take Canadians to and from work, as well as to run errands, bring the kids to their extracurricular activities, and just to have handy when commuting somewhere is required. But a car is a hefty purchase… Read More


How to Improve Your Credit Score in 2019

How to Improve Your Credit Score in 2019

If you’re like many other Canadians, you might not be too pleased or satisfied about where your credit score is at right now. If that’s the case, there’s no better time to make the necessary changes to boost your credit score than right now. Or, if you love… Read More


Is 0% Financing Really a Good Deal?

Is 0% Financing Really a Good Deal?

When it comes to getting a loan, interest is typically a part of the overall package. Obviously, the lower the rate, the less you’ll have to pay over the life of the loan, making it a more affordable arrangement. For this reason, it makes… Read More


Minimum Credit Score Required For a Mortgage in 2019

Minimum Credit Score Required For a Mortgage in 2019

Getting approved for a mortgage these days can be a real challenge, especially with housing prices constantly on the rise. In Toronto, for instance, you’ll be paying over $820,000 for a home, which is nearly $100K more than the average price in the city the year before. Read More


What is a Credit Bureau?

What is a Credit Bureau?

Many of your financial decisions directly impact your credit rating. The credit bureaus are the organizations that collect all this pertinent information from lenders, banks, credit card companies, and even courthouses. Basically, any relevant credit info will be recorded at the credit bureaus. Need help understanding… Read More


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