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First Foundation Ladies In the News [Video] [List]

It is no secret that at First Foundation we love what we do. We are passionate about helping our clients and are always looking for new ways to connect with people. As such, we get the occasional invitation to share what we do with various online networks and media outlets.

11 things you should NOT do before your mortgage closes [List] [Video]

You will probably read through this list and assume there is no way anyone would ever do any of these things to jeopardize their mortgage financing, especially after everything is financing complete. Let me assure you that each and every one of these points have been inspired by a real life person who obviously didn't understand the process well enough.

Advice for the First Time Homebuyer - Melissa McCullough [Interview]

I had the chance to sit down with Melissa McCullough, one of the owners at Trademark Homes to discuss how she got her start climbing the property ladder. I find Melissa's story inspiring not only because she started so young, but because along with her husband James, they didn't just expect things to be easy, they moved 5 times in 7 years and now live in their dream home.

Repairing Your Credit to Get a Mortgage

Let's face it. Not everyone is a perfect angel when it comes to credit. From students who get their first credit cards and run them up, to high-income earners who buy everything on credit because they think they've got disposable income they don't actually have.

Pilot Butte Central Water Project: How Hard is Your Water?

The town of Pilot Butte and partners have been working full swing this summer to complete the Central Water Project which has occupied the majority of their attention over the past 2 years. The town of Pilot Butte's water supply was quality tested in May and the analysis came back in our favour.

Defence of City Hall and the Hypocrisy of Regina Water Watch

Last night Regina City Council held a special meeting to consider holding a referendum on the finance model for its upcoming wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) project. The meeting was called in response to a petition filed last month by advocacy group Regina Water Watch, and saw presentations by 22 delegations, almost all in favour of a referendum.

Renovations BEFORE listing a property. Good Idea? [Storify]

I have a real problem with HGTV and the so called "experts" they parade out on my TV. Well, not really but I think regardless of the show, you have to take what they are saying with a grain of salt.

Why You Shouldn't Drive Without Insurance

Every day, you may be passing by a driver who does not have auto insurance. Some of these people may have just let their insurance lapse out of forgetfulness, but for some it's a mindful decision that could have very bad consequences for them.

Insurance Bureau of Canada Offers to Help Alberta Flood Victims

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) is working overtime to field calls about insurance claims and emergency disaster relief available to flood victims in the wake of the Alberta floods that adversely affected so many communities in our province.

How To Be Awesome Online - Regina SK [Seminar] | First Foundation

Strategy Lab is putting on a Workshop called, How to be Awesome Online - First Foundation's @kiltedbroker is one of the speakers, should be a great time!

Latest in Canadian Mortgage And Real Estate News | First Foundation

There's never a shortage of interesting stories in the world of mortgages in Canada. This past week mortgage interest rate increases were on everyone's lips, what the US Fed is going to do with their 'quantitative easing' policy, and how real estate prices in Canada continue to climb in some markets, in defiance of the experts in the media.

Regina's Stadium Project Moves Forward [Storify] | First Foundation

As Regina's Stadium Project Moves Forward, here are some of the highlights from the last meeting!

9+ Resources: Protect Yourself From Identity Theft [List]

You know, I think most of us have the feeling that we will never fall victim to identity theft, I know that I don't really think of it all that often. My credit card expired a couple months ago, and over the last month I have been getting calls from businesses wanting to update account information.

5 Reasons: Why Renters Should Consider Insurance

Renting versus owning a home is on the rise in Canada, particularly in urban centres where the price of a home or condo is out of the reach of many middle-class income earners. It's even been argued in national newspapers that renting may just be the way to go for people who are good savers.

What You Need to Know About Flood Insurance in Alberta [List]

With the recent devastation in Calgary and High River, and as those communities recover from terrible flooding and untold millions in damage, it's important to know about flood insurance, what you are covered for, and what you are not covered for - in case it ever happens to you.

7 Things: Young Professionals Need to Know About Investments

Are you a young professional? Do you have some savings? If so, then you'll have thought about how to make those savings grow. Regardless of how you decide to invest your savings, here are a few things you should keep in mind: 1.

6 Steps: Becoming Mortgage Free Faster

Many Canadians think the celebration is over when they get a mortgage. In fact, many Canadians don't think they'll be mortgage free until they're 57, so the idea of paying off your mortgage can seem a long way off. But with a few tips and strategies, you can get to mortgage-free status much earlier.

Short Week of Lists - Own Grow Protect | First Foundation

This week the team at First Foundation put together 4 lists centered around Own | Grow | Protect - stay tuned (wheatever that means) and enjoy!

Happy Canada Day 2013 | First Foundation

We would like to wish everyone a Happy Canada Day. We are truly blessed to live in this country! Enjoy your day spending time doing what matters most to you!

How Eating at Home Can Save Big Bucks

If you're trying to save for a down payment for a mortgage or pay off your mortgage faster, one of the easiest things you can do is to stop eating at restaurants. The average Canadian spends more than $2000 a year on restaurants, and that's just the average.

Alberta Real Estate Roundup - How Flooding is Impacting Real Estate [Storify]

If you or someone you know has been impacted by the recent flooding, here are a couple articles about insurance you should consider reading! MPP is Offering Relief to Alberta Flood Victims Alberta Flooding - Emergency Insurance Claim Contact Information

Moving to Pilot Butte SK? [Community Profile] Dayhomes

What happens when you choose to move to a new community? Finding the right house for the right price is not usually the biggest concern. People want to know what each town has to offer, and if they have families, they want to know about dayhome options!

French Press Coffee House Regina SK [Business Profile]

Laurel Dupuis, the owner of the French Press Coffee & Tea Co. in Regina SK originally comes from a small French community in rural Saskatchewan. Laurel moved to Regina and began a career in property management but when the opportunity presented itself, in 2004 opened the doors to her own franchise of Java Express.

MPP is Offering Relief to Alberta Flood Victims

We believe that every mortgage should be protected and that no Canadian should ever lose their home because of circumstances out of their control. One of our insurance partners - the Mortgage Protection Plan (MPP) has recently stepped up to the plate to offer some relief to those affected by the floods in Alberta.

The Government House #YQRTweetup Summary [Review]

Last night I attended the #YQRTweetup put on by the Government House in Regina SK. A tweetup is a scheduled gathering where people on Twitter meet each other in person, they are a great way to connect with people you might only otherwise talk to online!