The Vine Rant: Negative Interest Rates

Negative interest rates? VINE Group Partners are back on the RANT discussing everyone’s favourite topic: Interest Rates! The Partners share the thoughts on global rate trends and where they think Canadian mortgage rates are headed in the near future.

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The Vine Rant: Zeifmans Real Estate Accounting

Zeifmans is a full-service tax, accounting and business consulting firm based in Toronto, Canada. David Posner (Zeifmans Partner) and Jonah Bidner (Zeifmans Senior Canadian Tax Manager) visited VINE Group’s office to discuss accounting tips for real estate investors and trends they are seeing through their experience. Big shout out to these rockstar accountants!
Great ideas. Positive impact. That’s Zeifmans.

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The Vine Rant: Broker vs. Branch

Johnson Andrews and Rahul Saggu discuss how client experience might differ if you walked into a branch seeking financing vs. building a relationship with a VINE Group Mortgage Professional to find a customized solution.

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The Vine Rant: Unlocking Equity in Your Home

There’s a lot of value in leveraging your home to unlock equity. A mortgage with a home equity line of credit (or HELOC) is a great way to keep the mortgage that you’re paying down, while still maintaining access to a large sum of money through a HELOC. See what else your mortgage can do for you by scheduling a call with one of our agents.

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The Vine Rant: Cottage Dwelling

Thinking of buying a cottage? Can short-term rental income be used to qualify for financing? We discuss cottage ownership, short-term cottage rentals and the risks that lenders assess when it comes to financing a cottage property.

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The Vine Rant: Regional Lending and How It Might Impact You!

We all know the lending landscape can change very quickly. Lenders are looking closely at regional properties that rely on rental income, due to concerns that rents may be dropping and vacancies may be on the rise. We take a look at how this might impact investors and primary homeowners alike.

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