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When it comes to a mortgage, should I choose a long or short amortization?

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When it comes to a mortgage, should I choose a long or short amortization?

    A mortgage is a serious commitment, no matter where in Canada you’re planning to buy a home. The majority of mortgages take 25 to 30 years to pay back completely, which is why it’s so important to be prepared before you sign on the dotted line – a mortgage is not a short-term […]...more

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