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Bad Credit Mortgages in Ontario

Bad Credit Mortgage Loans

Bad credit mortgage loans are specially designed for those who want to clean their credit history. Not only you get relief from high mortgage and interest payments but also much more with bad credit loans.

In the past, there were some specialists only that handle mortgages with bad credits but now nearly every bank has a special department that takes care of only bad credit mortgage loans. Nowadays, even with bad credit, you can purchase your dream home by getting your mortgage approved.

The mortgages for the people who have a history of bad debts are known as a non-standard or sub-prime mortgage. The only difference from the standard mortgage is that it may be offered at a slightly increased rate. Once your mortgage has approved successfully your bad debts history instantly improves. As long as you repay on time, you will be eligible to get re-mortgage at a fully standard mortgage rate. Hence, you can have access to wider options then.

In order to get your loan approved fast, you should look out for a bad credit mortgage lender rather than banks. There is a wide range of bad credit lenders around so always go for the one that offers the rate that suits you. Make sure your bad credit mortgage loan doesn’t carry a pre-payment penalty. These loans have typically six months to 2-3 years pre-payment penalty.

One of the important things which you should look out for while selecting a mortgage is whether you want to go for fixed rate, flexible or variable rate. Once you have successfully done repayments for bad credit mortgage for approx. 3 years, you will be eligible for a mortgage at a much cheaper rate from a standard lender. Because your history of bad credit has been cleared.

We provide bad credit mortgage loan at the best rate that suits you and offer you the opportunity to clean your past bad credit mess and prove stability.

We Provide Bad Credit Mortgages in All of Ontario Including

How to Check Your Credit Score

Your credit scores are calculated by the two major Canadian credit bureaus: Equifax and TransUnion. You can go to the websites for these credit bureaus and order a copy of your credit report, or you can contact our mortgage team and we can provide it free of charge. If you’ve failed to pay your bills, have gone through bankruptcy or regularly take more debt than you can pay, you will likely have a poor credit score.

Private Lenders for Bad Credit Mortgages in Ontario

If you know that your credit score is worse than 550 and you need a mortgage, you’ll need to find a bad credit private mortgage lender in Ontario. Most bad credit lenders are companies or individuals that specialise in providing mortgages regardless of credit scores. If you have undergone a bankruptcy or consumer proposal in the last two years you will also need to work with a private lender as banks will turn you down. We have a large network of private lenders throughout Ontario who specialise in providing mortgages for bad credit.

Bad Credit Mortgage Approval Criteria

Instead of using credit score to approve mortgages, private lenders will look at the equity in the property. Since a bad credit mortgage has a higher risk of defaulting, private lenders need to find other ways of reducing their risk. Private lenders will lend money in the form of registered mortgages, meaning that the lender may sell the property if the borrower fails to pay their fees. When the lender sells a property, they are paid off after all previous mortgages are paid off. To assess the risk associated with a property, private lenders will calculate a metric called Loan to Value (LTV). LTV is equal to the value of existing mortgages divided by the market value of the property. Bad credit lenders will lend on properties with an LTV of no more than 80%. Income and credit score are not used to approve mortgages but may affect the interest rate offered.

Fees and Interest Rates for Bad Credit Mortgages

Since a bad credit mortgage is considered a risky investment the interest rate is higher than that of a traditional bank mortgage. While the major banks charge around 3% to 4% a bad credit lender may charge anywhere from 7% to 15%. A bad credit mortgage also requires the borrower to pay fees related to setting up the mortgage. These fees go to the real estate lawyers, to the mortgage broker or lender for administrative work, and to a home appraisal company. It is a good idea to contact several lenders and compare mortgage rates and terms. The lenders will compete with each other and offer lower mortgage rates. We have a large network of bad credit lenders throughout Ontario that we use for our bad credit clients.

Improving Your Credit Score

Your credit rating should automatically improve if you consistently pay off your bills and credit cards. It is important to not put yourself in a situation where you cannot pay off your debts. The most common way to improve your credit score is to use credit cards and consistently pay them off. You can put small charges to pay off on a card each month, or you can get a secured credit card.

Secured credit cards are offered at all major Canadian banks. These cards require a deposit so that the card holder can never be in default. If the cardholder fails to pay the fees, then the deposit is used to pay the fees. It is recommended to not exceed 60% of the credit card limit and always make more than the minimum monthly payment. It takes time to improve your credit score, usually 6 months or longer.