Buying a Home is a Journey.
Take the Smart First Step and Turn to HW Advantage for Personal and Boutique Mortgage Advice.
Learn What Mortgage You Can Afford and Protect Against Rate Hikes With HW Advantage.
Don’t limit yourself to just one lender. With HW Advantage, we engage multiple banks and lenders to secure your Mortgage Pre-Approval, keeping your options open.
…And it doesn’t stop there.
Once pre-approved, and a purchase offer has been accepted, the HW Advantage team then compares your pre-approval details with more than 35 banks best current offers to ensure you receive the absolute best mortgage terms and rates available to you.
With HW Advantage, you’re in good hands. We offer:
Personal, Local Service (Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville, Mississauga, and surrounding areas)
Access to the Big Banks, Credit Unions, Mono-line Lenders, and Private Lenders – all in one place!
Preferred Lender Rates
Quick and Easy Mortgage Pre-Approval Form
Fill in the form to start your Mortgage Pre-Approval!
Frequently Asked Questions
A: A Mortgage Pre-Approval is a bank’s review of a borrower’s income, credit, and down payment that helps determine what that borrower will qualify for in terms of a mortgage should they purchase a home.
Q: Why is getting a Mortgage Pre-Approval important?
A: A Mortgage Pre-Approval provides you with a clear understanding of the mortgage amount you’ll qualify for, what the mortgage payments will look like, and also comes with a 120-day rate hold (may vary by lender) to protect you from any short-term market rate increases.
Q: Does a Mortgage Pre-Approval guarantee my mortgage approval?
A: No. The Mortgage Pre-Approval is still subject to the bank’s approval of the property being purchased. In addition, a full approval will require you to meet certain conditions be met (ie. income confirmation with a pay stub and job letter of employment) to satisfy and secure the banks full approval. The Mortgage Pre-Approval is a helpful tool for someone looking for a home and a great way to protect yourself from rising interest rates.