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  • Mitch Will Find You The Best Mortgage For Your Needs

    "My husband and I are about to buy our 7th property...Mitch will get you the best rate and you'll receive great service." Anne-Marie, Kingston, ON

    Mitch Always Puts His Customers First

    "From the first meeting, Mitch exceeded my expectations...I couldn't have asked for a better experience." Crystal, Kingston, ON

    Clients Choose Mitch For His Honest Expert Advice

    "His friendly, honest, and intelligent approach to the real estate world is a welcome change!" - Robin, Kingston, ON

  • Looking for a Mortgage Broker in Kingston?

    If you're looking for an honest, experienced Mortgage Broker, Mitch Thibodeau will be happy to help you. Mitch has been a Mortgage Broker since 2009. He will be happy to provide you with expert advice concerning your next purchase, refinance or renewal.

    Buying a home is an exciting time and it should be filled with anticipation and joy! When you factor in piles of paperwork, endless decisions, and stressful negotiations, the exciting aspects of buying a home can easily be forgotten.

    Mitch's goal is to help you make the right decisions and take the stress out of the home buying process.

    As an independent Mortgage Broker, Mitch is not committed to any one bank or lender. His focus is on you and finding the mortgage that is best suited to your needs.

    Whether you are purchasing, refinancing, renewing or just need general mortgage advice, Mitch will be happy to answer all of your questions.

     

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  • Are you thinking of selling? You’d think it would be as easy as placing a “For Sale” sign on the front yard and waiting for the offers to roll in, but for most homeowners the process is a bit more complicated. Unless you keep your home in perfect “show ready”

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  • As you may have heard by now, the government introduced some important changes this week that will have a fairly significant impact on the mortgage industry going forward. The changes were not expected and seem to have come out of nowhere, with little consultation from industry

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