Katherine Lim

Recent Posts

Your Unconditional Purchase Offer Might Get You More Than You Bargained For

When the real estate market is hot, there is a lot of pressure to make quick decisions. If you're worried about missing out in a bidding war or are motivated to move, it can be tempting to go in subject-free so that your offer stands out. But what if your dream home turns out to be a nightmare? Without conditions, you might be stuck with very few options to end the contract.

Get Money Back On Your Property Tax in BC

A friendly reminder from your Auxilium Mortgage Team as property tax time approaches!

Is a reverse mortgage right for you?

Reverse Mortgage Decision

Mary, an 85-year-old widow, had fully paid for her townhouse but only received a limited monthly income unless she took in students each year. She wanted to travel and quit renting her property, so she came to see us. Auxilium secured a reverse mortgage for Mary. She now has $250,000 in cash that supplements her retirement income and gives her the freedom to travel.

Change is for Certain

Mortgage Solutions That Help You Stay On Track

When we first met Eleanor and Jason, they were a young couple buying their first condo together. Fast-forward 5 years to their mortgage renewal date, and a lot had changed in their world. Eleanor had started a new job several months prior to the renewal, and the couple had just gotten married. They were carrying a bit of debt from the wedding, and also wanted to save for the future so they could move into a single-family home.

When Plans Fail, You Need Support

A Rent-To-Own Agreement In Trouble

Several years ago, Drew and Lori entered into a rent-to-own housing arrangement. They had been working on rebuilding their credit after a series of professional setbacks and a family medical emergency racked up their debt.

Home Renovation Takes Spring Cleaning to the Next Level

Think Big This Spring!

More Than a Mortgage

When we met John and Monica, they co-owned a home with Monica's parents. The family had made the decision to sell that property to give the younger couple the opportunity to find a home of their own. This generous gift left John and Monica with a significant down payment on their next property, but they wanted to know exactly what they could afford.