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How much will a good credit score save you?

How much money can you save on mortgage interest payments based on your credit score?

Try our calculator below to see the difference yourself. Watch your payments grow and shrink, based on your credit score.

*Typically at least 5% of the mortgage amount

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How Do You Improve Your Credit Score When Buying a Home

Despite the huge hurdles, Canadians are still determined to be homeowners. We are tugging on those tethers trying to keep us from our goal. Against the odds, we're saving our down payments and opening our minds to smaller properties so we can pass the stress test. If you are one of these Canadians, determined to own a home no matter what is put in your way, you need to know how to protect your credit score through this process.

Here is some helpful insight in how to improve your credit score, in order to get the home and home mortgage you want.


How To Prepare Financially For Buying a Home

Buying your first home is exciting and rewarding, but it can also be very stressful, especially if you have poor credit and bad money habits. You can, however, reduce the stress of buying a home by ensuring you're financially prepared to do so. Here are four ways to ensure your finances are in order, before you start the process of buying your very first home.

*Savings begin to be built after paying off initial commitment fee.