The same but different

The Same But Different

As Canadians wake up this morning to same result of a different election. Things turned out almost exactly the same as the last time. However are things going to be any different. Are the leaders going to learn to work together. Only time will tell. Are we going to have more of the same or have we managed to send a message that we want them to work together.

While appearing the same on the surface some things are vastly different. I have twin daughters for example, pretty much what they have in common is that they share the same birthday but that would be about it. The same can also be said about many of the various mortgage products from all the different lenders. While rate may be similar from one lender to another you will also need to look at amortization, internal valuation or appraisal, locked in closed term or standard, pre payment privileges and portability.

That is where my role as your trusted mortgage advisor is to get past the sameness and show you the differences from product to product and lender to lender. We don’t all live in the same style of house and drive the same kind of car or work in the same job. We are all unique so your mortgage solution should fit your requirements to a T.

Today I am thankful that I live in a country where none of the major party leaders disputed the results of our recent federal election, that with cooperation everything is possible and while we may all appear to offer the same products and service when you look a little deeper you see our uniqueness, so find a fit that works for you.

“Don’t be afraid of being different. Be afraid of being the same as everyone else.” Unknown

I look forward to hearing from you in regard to your mortgage needs.


p.s- You can click on this link to start the process whenever you are ready. Schedule your meeting with me here.

p.s.s- I should tell you that I am licensed in Nova Scotia, Ontario(M18001555) & in British Columbia(BCFSA #504098).

p.s.s.s You can download my new mortgage app here