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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Articles written by Lisa Rennie

Canadian Provincial Land Transfer Taxes

Canadian Provincial Land Transfer Taxes

When you buy a house, there are plenty of costs involved in the transaction aside from the purchase price. There are mortgage interest fees, home inspection fees, lawyer fees, and so on. But one expense that many buyers may not be aware of is the Land Transfer Tax (LTT).  Each… Read More


Who is Genworth Canada?

Who is Genworth Canada?

With housing prices as high as they are, most consumers wouldn’t be able to afford a home purchase without the help of a mortgage. But the lenders who provide mortgages place themselves at great risk considering the fact that borrowers may be unable to continue making their mortgage payments at… Read More


My Car Loan Application Was Rejected, Now How Do I Get Approved?

My Car Loan Application Was Rejected, Now How Do I Get Approved?

It’s tough to get around these days without a car, especially if you live in the suburbs or in rural parts of the city. Unless you live right on a bus or subway route, having a set of wheels is almost mandatory. But cars are so expensive these days. Read More


Startup Business Loans

Startup Business Loans

Have you finally decided to turn your passion or expertise into a viable business? Great! But starting a business takes a certain amount of capital. From the physical establishment to the equipment, to employers, to marketing and beyond, starting a business can be expensive when you’re trying to get… Read More


Should You Incorporate Federally or Provincially?

Should You Incorporate Federally or Provincially?

Thinking of starting your own business in Canada? Congratulations! Entrepreneurship can open many doors and opportunities and give you the chance to break through wage ceilings that are typical of the average salaried job. You’ll also have the creative freedom to turn your passion or knowledge into a full-fledged… Read More


Financing For Wheels and Wheel Packages

Financing For Wheels and Wheel Packages

Whether the wheels on your car are getting old, have been damaged, or are simply no longer attractive to you, replacing them might be a good idea. A new set of wheels can really ramp up the look of your vehicle and even help it perform better on the road. Read More


Financing For Rims

Financing For Rims

Have you ever noticed how two vehicles of the exact same make and model can look completely different from each other? More specifically, have you ever wondered why one looks so much better than the other? Most likely, it’s because of the extra upgrades that one owner has included in… Read More


Avoid These Common Mortgage Application Mistakes

Avoid These Common Mortgage Application Mistakes

Mortgages are incredibly important types of loans that make it possible for Canadians to make the biggest purchase of their lives. Considering how important mortgages are, it’s essential to ensure that all steps toward applying for a mortgage are done correctly in order to avoid any issues with approval. Unfortunately,… Read More


What is a Lienholder?

What is a Lienholder?

If you’ve ever held a mortgage or car loan, then you’ve had a lien placed on the title of your home or automobile. And if you’ve ever been involved in a situation where you owed money to a contractor or have been involved in some sort of legal judgment… Read More


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