Mortgage Math Video Series Launch

Alyssa Furtado
by Alyssa Furtado December 13, 2012 / 4 Comments

Over the last few months, we’ve been working hard with the team over at The Loop by Sympatico.ca to produce a series of fun, informative, and educational mortgage videos. Today, Ratehub.ca is proud to announce the completion of our first-ever video series, Mortgage Math, debuting in conjunction with the highly anticipated launch of The Loop.

Here at Ratehub.ca, we’re dedicated to providing our site visitors with all of the information and tools needed to navigate through the world of mortgages and homeownership. With Mortgage Math, we’re taking it one step further by walking viewers through a variety of commonly misunderstood topics and example calculations that you can then do for yourself.

Featuring some of our best and brightest partners, you’ll not only learn about seven different aspects of the home buying process – like how to qualify for a mortgage, compare fixed and variable rates, and calculate CMHC insurance – but also follow along as our experts perform the related calculations in real-time on a whiteboard.

Take a peek at our first video below, and be sure to stay tuned for the rest, which will begin to play automatically.

Mortgage Math: Qualifying for a Mortgage
Featuring James Laird of True North Mortgage

Watch “Mortgage Math” on TheLoop.ca

  1. Qualifying for a Mortgage with James Laird of True North Mortgage
  2. GDS & TDS with Drew Donaldson of Safebridge Financial

  • Very good idea! Being in the mortgage industry, I find that a lot of people have little knowledge when it comes to credit/mortgage requirements or misconceptions that are very inaccurate. I’m sure the series will be a hit!

    • Lauren Souch says:

      Thanks for your comment! We’re definitely hoping this series will help Canadian homeowners better understand their mortgage and all the numbers that come along with it. 🙂

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