Alpine Credits is Proud to Wear Pink

Built upon a single act of kindness, CKNW Kids’ Fund Pink Shirt Day continues to inspire people around the world to take a stand against bullying.

December 9th, 2019|Alpine Blog|0 Comments

Do You Need a Mortgage Stress Test?

Wondering if the bank will approve your mortgage loan? Only if you can pass their rigorous mortgage stress test.

December 5th, 2019|Alpine Blog|0 Comments

Home Equity Loan vs HELOC: Which Should You Choose?

Both a Home Equity Loan and a Home Equity Line of Credit can help you access the value you’ve built up in your home. But which is the right choice for you?

December 2nd, 2019|Alpine Blog|0 Comments

Confused by Second, Reverse, and Refinance Mortgages? We Can Help!

Find out which mortgage loan is the right choice for you when you want to access your home equity.

November 28th, 2019|Alpine Blog|0 Comments

Second Mortgages: Your Key to Debt Consolidation

Consolidating your high interest loans with the help of a second mortgage can lower your monthly payments and help you manage debt better.

November 28th, 2019|Alpine Blog|0 Comments

What to Expect from Our Home Equity Loan Process

If you’ve never applied for a home equity loan – or even if you have – we’re here to help you understand how our loan process works.

November 28th, 2019|Alpine Blog|0 Comments

We’re Not Out to Beat the Banks. We’re Here to Help More Canadian Homeowners

Being different from the banks has its benefits. Find out how a private lender like Alpine Credits can get you access to your home equity - even when traditional mortgage providers turn you down...

November 9th, 2019|Alpine Blog|0 Comments

What can you use a home equity loan for?

Did you know you can transform the equity in your home into a convenient source of funding? A home equity loan offers enormous potential for things like managing debt, renovating property, or supporting a business endeavour...

November 9th, 2019|Alpine Blog|0 Comments

Vancouver housing marketing is rebounding from tax impact, with prices up 5% in three months.

Prices in Canada’s most expensive city for existing homes appear to have rebounded from the impact of a tax on foreign buyers as Vancouver realtors reported Tuesday a huge swing in demand for condominiums ....

May 23rd, 2017|Alpine Blog|0 Comments

Average price of a home in Canada exceeds $500,000, thanks to two hot markets

The Canadian Real Estate Association says home sales though its MLS system hit their highest level since last April, gaining 5.2 per cent in February compared to January.

March 24th, 2017|Alpine Blog|0 Comments