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Lisa has been working as a writer for more than a decade, creating unique content that helps to educate Canadian consumers in the realms of real estate, mortgages, investing and financial health. For years, she held her real estate license in Toronto, Ontario before giving it up to pursue writing within this realm and related niches. Lisa is very serious about smart money management and helping others do the same. She's used a variety of financial tools over the years and is currently growing her money with Wealthsimple, while stashing some capital in a liquid high-interest savings account so that she always has a financial cushion to fall back on. She's also been avidly using her Aeroplan TD credit card to collect as many Aeroplan points as possible to put towards her travels!

Articles written by Lisa Rennie

Credit Counselling in Alberta

Do you live in Alberta and are looking for financial advice or someone to help guide you through the debt relief process? Credit counselling might be ... Read More

Credit Counselling in New Brunswick

Do you live in New Brunswick and are fed up with dealing with your debt load alone? Credit counselling could be the answer to all your debt relief nee... Read More

The Best Options Before You File For Bankruptcy  

Looking to file for bankruptcy in Canada? Here are your best options.

Documents Needed to Find a Job in Canada

Are you new to Canada or simply looking for your first job in the country? Here are all the documents you need to apply for a job in Canada.

How to Rent-to-Own in Ontario

Have you ever considered renting to own a house in Ontario? We've got you covered with all the information you need.

How to Increase Your Credit Score Immediately

Is your credit score lower than you'd like and you're looking to increase it as soon as possible? This article is for you.

Consolidating High-Interest Debt Into Your Mortgage

Everything you need to know about using your mortgage to consolidate your high-interest debt.

How the New Canadian Mortgage Stress Test Will Affect Your Refinancing Plans

With the new stress test rules in place for Canadian mortgages, borrowers looking to refinance in 2018 might be faced with a whole new set of problems... Read More

How to Get a Business Loan in The Yukon, Nunavut and The Northwest Territories

Are you a resident of The Yukon, Nunavut or The Northwest Territories and are currently trying to start your own business? Here's how to get the busin... Read More

How Quickly Can Your Credit Score Drop?

Worried that your credit score might drop too quickly and you won't be able to rebuild it? This article is for you.

How to Get a Down Payment For a House in Canada

Everything you need to know about how to get a down payment to purchase a house in Canada.

What’s The Difference Between A Collateral Mortgage Vs. A Conventional Mortgage?

Trying to decide between a conventional mortgage and a collateral mortgage? We've got all the information you need to make your final decision.

What Is A Power Of Sale For A Mortgage?

A power of sale essentially allows the lender - not the homeowner - to sell the home if the borrower defaults on the mortgage.

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