How to Book a Mortgage Appointment
You’ve been following Penticton BC real estate news closely over the last few months. You’ve also been paying attention to Bank of Canada announcements regarding the prime rate and bond market activity, and how they impact mortgage rates. Subsequently, you’ve come to the conclusion that now is the perfect time to buy a home. This is a very sound assessment, because if you wait much longer the prices of Okanagan homes will rise further as inventory tightens. That, and the Bank of Canada will inevitably raise the prime rate after holding it steady for two years. Given that you’ve also done your homework about the necessity of working with a mortgage broker as a first time buyer, you’re ready to take the next step – booking an appointment. Is doing so as simple as calling or filling out a contact form, or are there other things to consider before tapping “Call” or “Send”? Let’s review.