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BlueShore Financial in the news

BlueShore Financial in the news

Recent press coverage featuring our advisory experts and executive team.

The recent media coverage below highlights expert financial advice and relevant news from several of our advisors and executive. For a full list of our media coverage, please visit the In the Media section.

How to pay for a home renovation with a HELOC October 3, 2019. John Cindric, BlueShore Financial Advisor, discusses home equity line of credits, and shares why they are a versatile means of borrowing, and provide flexibility for homeowners. Read the article.

The right way to buy a home for your adult kids

Globe and Mail. September 10, 2019. Scott Evans, BlueShore Financial Advisor, shares tips on the right about the right way to help your adult kids enter the housing market. Read the article.

Investing in your 40s

Morningstar. September 9, 2019. Chris Catliff, BlueShore Financial CEO, contributed an article to the Leadership Lab column about how young leaders stepping into management roles can gain credibility and trust in the workplace. Kelly Gares, BlueShore Investment Advisor, shares insights about investment options in your 40s. Read the article.

The bank of mom and dad

Global News. September 7, 2019. Chris Catliff, BlueShore Financial CEO, discusses the pros and cons of parents using second mortgages to help their children enter the housing market. Read the article.

Five overlooked items in an estate plan

Globe and Mail. September 3, 2019. David Lee, Financial Advisor, shares insights on items that often go overlooked during estate planning. Read the article.

Choose your real estate investments carefully

Canadian Press. September 3, 2019. Chris Catliff, BlueShore Financial CEO, speaks to how to choose your real estate investments carefully, and the article was published in several media outlets including Read the article.

Investing in your 50s

Morningstar. August 19, 2019. Kelly Gares, BlueShore Investment Advisor shares what important factors should be considered when investing in your 50s. Read the article.

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This article is provided as a general source of information and should not be considered personal investment advice or solicitation to buy or sell any mutual funds or other securities. The information contained in this article was obtained from sources believed to be reliable; however, we cannot guarantee that it is accurate or complete.

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