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Refinancing Your Mortgage Could Put Thousands of Dollars in Your Pocket!

March 29, 2017

Thinking of refinancing? Are you looking at your credit card statements and asking yourself, how can I pay these off? You are not alone.


For many, the spring season is associated with cleaning up and starting things fresh.


Picture this visual:

You currently have five baskets, each representing your various types of debt.


Your goal is to consolidate your 5 “debt baskets” into one – the one with the lowest interest rate, your mortgage basket.

Here is a quick breakdown that shows how much money you can save by refinancing your debt. In this example, we will only ONLY look at the cost of interest – take into consideration that by consolidating your debt you will also be paying off your debt FASTER as more of your monthly payment goes towards the actual debt not the interest on it.

By consolidating your debts you would now pay $6,250 a year instead of $15,000. That is a savings of $8,750 over the year or over $729 per month — just in interest!

I’m ready to refinance and pay less interest – so now what?


Here are some basic debt consolidation steps to follow so that you can start contributing money to your bottom line today and NOT your bank’s:

Understand Your Credit (this is what determines your rate of interest for your mortgage)

You might see a booth giving away free Toronto Maple Leaf blankets for anyone willing to sign up for a new Mastercard or Visa. While the blanket might look great and might keep you warm during the Leafs’ playoff run, the credit card companies know that signing up Canadians to pay 19.99% on their credit cards are far more valuable than the cost of giving away free blankets. It certainly might have felt like a great score when you got that blanket at the ACC, but what if we told you that even a balance of $1000 would cost you approximately $200 over a year? Was that blanket worth $200? Few would agree.

Total your credit card debts and the respective monthly payments to find out what your obligations monthly are to these credit cards/line of credits

Your credit cards, retail store cards and personal lines of credit will have interest rates between 6%-24%. Ask yourself as to why you would pay 20% interest rates when you can consolidate your credit card debt into one monthly mortgage payment and get out of debt much faster!

Can you secure a low mortgage rate at a reasonable cost?


If you have equity in your home, banks and lending institutions will allow you to borrow up to 80% of your home. Speak to a MonsterMortgage.ca mortgage expert to see whether refinancing to consolidate your debts makes financial sense for you. Don’t forget to ask whether a lender will cover the transaction costs of refinancing so that you can save even more money.

By following these simple steps you could save thousands of dollars each month and become debt free FASTER with MonsterMortgage.ca.