Who decides what you owe?

A bag of money, a car and a home all sat atop a balance scale, with the title, "Who decides what you owe?"

The last couple of weeks I have been speaking about controlling your money. From using cash for day-to-day expenses, to avoiding digital currencies.

Many Canadians don’t realize that they can take control of their borrowing as well. For example, when it comes to most people’s largest borrowing, our mortgage, we defer all the decisions to the lender… you know, how much we can borrow, how much interest they charge, how much we have to pay back every month and if we want to borrow the money again, we have to reapply and jump through the qualification hoops again.

What if there was a mortgage out there where once you were approved, you were in control of all the variables? You decide how much to pay back each month. You decide from a menu how much interest you have to pay. And if you need to use the money again, no problem. Sound too good to be true? Click on the link https://calendly.com/mjhfinancial/introductory-call to set aside some time for me to explain more.