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How do I Get a Loan When Unexpected Expenses Arise?

Published on: March 29, 2017 9:00 am

Life happens, and that means you can be a victim of unexpected expenses at any given time. For instance, it may involve a furnace that stops working during the winter, a car that breaks down on your way to work, and other things that leave you short on cash and in need of loan when… View Article

What are the Best Questions to Ask a Lender?

Published on: March 29, 2017 8:59 am

Are you in the market for a new loan? You may be surprised to learn that there are tons of credit products out there, and lenders are as diverse as the loan products they offer. Before you dive right in and sign on the dotted line, you’ll want to make sure you understand the terms and conditions… View Article

What to Look for in a Lender?

Published on: March 29, 2017 8:58 am

Buying a home, business, vehicle, or other large purchase begins with choosing the right lender. With so many variables to consider, thorough research is essential to securing the right loan at the right rate. Before you secure a loan, here’s what to look for in a lender prior to signing on the dotted line. Start with… View Article

What Affects My Credit Score?

Published on: March 29, 2017 8:57 am

Whatever the reason you’ve been looking for a loan you’ve probably found yourself asking one simple question: “What affects my credit score?”. There are plenty of factors that go into that magic number, but they’re not always easy to discern. Here’s a helpful guide to help you get to the bottom of your important financial… View Article

How Can I Get a Private Used Vehicle Loan?

Published on: March 29, 2017 8:56 am

Whether you’re shopping for a used car at a dealer or plan on purchasing a vehicle from an individual or private party, a private used vehicle loan offers an ideal financing solution. You’ve just gone to great lengths to secure the best possible price for a vehicle, so you’ll want to ensure equally great auto loan… View Article

Bankruptcy vs Consumer Proposal: What’s the Difference?

Published on: March 29, 2017 8:56 am

If you are struggling to get out of debt, there are two main courses of action: bankruptcy vs consumer proposal. Unfortunately, it’s not always clear which you should choose. A lot of contradictory opinions are out there, making it hard to know what the best option is. That’s why we have created an overview of… View Article

What Can I do About a Credit Report Error?

Published on: March 29, 2017 8:55 am

There are several different kinds of credit report errors that can show up in your report. These include identity errors where your identity is confused with someone who has a similar name; other types of errors could be incorrectly reported account statuses and data management errors. The point is that you can easily fall prey… View Article

Can I Get a Loan for a Snowmobile?

Published on: March 29, 2017 8:54 am

In Canada, getting a loan for a snowmobile is commonplace and often does not require a good credit rating. The reason for this, in part, is the extremely widespread use of snowmobiles across Canada. Not only are they popular for entertainment and sightseeing, but in rural areas, they are used for transportation, as farm tools, and even… View Article

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We Specialize in Getting You Approved

  • Good Credit
  • Bad Credit
  • No Credit
  • New to Country
  • Bankruptcy
  • Repossession
  • Slow Credit
  • Missed Payments
  • R9
  • Credit Collections
  • Consumer Proposal
  • Late Payments

* Some conditions apply for approval ** Down payment may be required to obtain loan *** Interest rates between 9.95% – 29.9%