We’ve all made mistakes in our lives from time to time. I am a married man, just ask my wife she can probably give you a list of my many mistakes and shortcomings. Like a lot of people I view most if not all mistakes as learning opportunities. However I think it is of vital importance to have few to no regrets if possible.
Try to picture you’re 95 and looking back on your life. That time you took your Dad’s classic car out for a spin, well it was more like a trashing. It was a huge mistake according to my Dad, but was it a regret? Hell no! It was a lot of fun, and I am sure the decision would be repeated if one was put back in time and in the same situation.
I’ve had jobs and relationships that haven’t worked out but none of those were regrets, as I have grown from all those encounters. The only thing I can say that I regret and would change if I had a time machine and could go back and do it differently was selling my shares of Apple in 2014. I had a few hundred shares, and that if I had not sold them ( yes it was a very stupid reason) would now be several thousand shares thanks to their recent stock splits and worth a heck of a lot a money.
When you think about it, if people have regrets they tend to be about love or money. I want to help you not to have any regrets about the biggest purchase of your life which is your home. Let me help you get the mortgage that’s perfect for you.
I look forward to hearing from you.
p.s.s- I should tell you that I am licensed in Nova Scotia, Ontario(M18001555) & in British Columbia(BCFSA #504098).