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The FCT blog aims to answer your industry questions, examine current market trends and provide key information on the value of our products and services.

The FCT blog does not represent a single author or opinion. Instead, it represents the collective voice and experience of FCT’s dedicated niche experts.

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Why fractional ownership is the future

Feb 14th, 2020 | By FCT

Companies like Uber and Airbnb have disrupted the idea of ownership. While in the past owning a car and home was a point of pride, sharing living space, rides and goods have…

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Coffee break with Dave Cochrane

Jan 30th, 2020 | By FCT

Dave Cochrane has over 20 years of experience in debt collection, call center management, marketing and sales. He began his career at FCT in 2012 in the frontline role of Legal Liaison…

Home Owners

5 things to know before refinancing your home

Jan 23rd, 2020 | By FCT

There are many reasons to refinance your home. One of the most common reasons is to get a lower interest rate than the one you initially agreed to, and pay significantly less…

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EasyFund

Jan 16th, 2020 | By FCT

EasyFundTM has been adopted by many legal professionals across Canada as the easiest method to manage the transfer of real estate closing funds online. It reduces the need for certified cheques, bank…

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Faulty wiring leads to major stripping

Jan 9th, 2020 | By FCT

When a homeowner in Saskatchewan contacted SaskPower to inspect a power issue she assumed resulted from poor power supply to her home, she never imagined it would mean the gutting of her…

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Happy Holidays!

Dec 12th, 2019 | By Michael LeBlanc

It’s that time of year again. A time for celebrating and a time for giving. It’s also a time to remember those around us who are in need. At FCT, we are…

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Coffee break with Tanya Fowler

Dec 5th, 2019 | By FCT

Tanya was one of the first eight employees to join FCT. When she started, her role at FCT was as a customer service representative in our Residential Solutions division. She is in…

Legal Professionals

The case of the missing $20,000

Nov 28th, 2019 | By FCT

What would you do if a typo left you $20,000 short? A B.C. civil case tried to answer that very question. A notary had acted for a couple on the sale of…

Real Estate

How to save for a down payment faster

Nov 21st, 2019 | By FCT

In Canada, you need a minimum of 5% as a down payment when you purchase a home under $500,000. That means that on a home costing $500,000, you’d need at least $25,000…

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