Success Story – Consolidating 1st, 2nd and 3rd Mortgage

Mr and Mrs M, approached us after their mortgage approval fell through at the last minute with another broker.  Their last broker processed their mortgage for months and told them right before they were ready to sign with the lawyer that the lender was not willing to proceed.

Mr M, was only at his current job for one week and Mrs M was working part-time with the same company for many years.  They ended up getting a 2nd and 3rd mortgage on their property for $100,000.00, both at 12% interest. They accumulated debt when Mr M was laid off from his long-term employment 2 years ago and Mrs M had to work part-time to take care of her sick parents.  Both their credit suffered, and their beacons dropped to 644 and 582.

We were able to get them approved to combine their 1st, 2nd and 3rd mortgage, payout some other debts and still have about $20K left to do some home renovations.  We also got an exception on his new employment as he has been in the same line of work for the last decade. Despite their low credit, we got them approved for a 2-year fixed rate at 4.44% with a 1% lender fee and 1% broker fee.  

This refinance helped the clients free up their monthly cashflow and save on interest.  They also got out of interest only payments on their $100K 2nd and 3rd mortgage.  They are now saving about $7500.00 in annual interest.

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3 Comments

  1. Avatar Ravinder singh on April 7, 2020 at 4:31 pm

    I have a house mortgage for 640 and second mortgage that we pay 14 percent interest. Both my husband and I are self employed and have credit card debit for about 70 thousand. Out score is about 650 or more for him and mine is little low. Can we still get both mortgage put together for one payment.

  2. Avatar Kidist on April 17, 2020 at 5:49 pm

    Want combine 2 mortgage to 1

    • Avatar Mortgage Wars on April 17, 2020 at 6:38 pm

      Hi! Please email us details for your mortgages, how much is each mortgage and the approximate value of you home.
      Please send the information to info@mortgagewars.ca. Looking forward to hearing from you!

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