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Melissa Henderson - Mortgage Agent

Waterloo Mortgage Agent with access to over 50 lenders

With close to 18 years of experience in the Mortgage Industry, I will work with you to understand and assess your unique requirements, and help you understand what you can comfortably afford. Providing Mortgage Services to clients across Kitchener, Waterloo, and the surrounding areas from Woodstock to Guelph.

If you’re looking for a mortgage broker in Waterloo, ON, give me a call at (519) 616-0548 or email me at melissa.henderson@mortgagegroup.com. I am an independent mortgage agent with TMG The Mortgage Group Ontario, I ensure that the mortgage option I give you is tailored to your needs and requirements.

Melissa Henderson - Mortgage Agent provides Mortgage Services to clients across Kitchener - Waterloo, Guelph, New Hamburg, Cambridge, and the surrounding areas.


We needed financing to build a home more suitable for retirement, while we still lived in our existing home. Melissa is extremely professional and very hands on to make sure everything runs smoothly. She goes the extra mile in making sure everything is done properly and will interact with the ... Read More

~ Peter & Melanie Stern

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  • Bank of Canada Raises Rate by 100 bps

    The Bank of Canada raised its key lending rate by 100 basis points July 13, bringing it to 2.50%. The Bank said inflation is “higher and more persistent” than what it had forecast in April, and will likely remain “around 8% in the next few months.” In its statement accompanying the decision, the Bank said, “With the economy clearly in excess demand, inflation high and broadening, and more businesses and consumers expecting high inflation to persist for longer, the Governing Council decided to front-load the path to higher interest rates…” What happens now? In the coming days, banks and other financial institutions are expected…

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  • Kitchener-Waterloo housing prices drop for 2nd straight month

    After reaching record heights in February, the average cost of buying a home in the area fell for the second straight month, according to the Kitchener-Waterloo Association of Realtors (KWAR). The average cost of purchasing a house in April was $907,205, which is down around 13 per cent from March’s average cost of $960,181. The Kitchener-Waterloo market saw a record high of $1,007,109. Detached homes played a large part in the dip as the average fell to $1,060,992, which is a drop of almost $200,000 over the past two months. “Last month introduced a small measure of relief to the market,” KWAR president Megan Bell…

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