The Mogo Blog

RULE YOUR FINANCES: Financial Literacy Series

Join us for an evening of drinks, light snacks and financial advice at the MogoLounge. We'll be talking ways to rule your finances.Where: The MogoLounge 797 Queen St W, Toronto When: Wednesday July 5th from 6:30–8 PM ![](/content/images/2017/06/Fin_literacy_series_blog_topics-2.jpg)Can’t make it to the event? Submit questions via our Social channels (Facebook [], Twitter [], Instagram []) usin

MogoMortgage Wins The Canadian Mortgage Award for Best Use of Mobile Technology

We’re pumped to share our MogoMortgage product won the Canadian Mortgage Award for Best Use of Mobile Technology!We launched our MogoMortgage product earlier this year to give Canadians an innovative digital experience for mortgage seekers on the go. With a digitally led process from pre-approval until renewal or when the mortgage is fully paid off, the app also has a human touch: MogoMembers can chat online through the app or on the phone with experienced mortgage specialists anytime they have

Q1 Earnings 2017 – Listen here

Check out our Q1 2017 earnings call (hosted by our CEO and CFO, Dave and Greg). Livestream is on Monday, May 8, 2017 at 2:00 pm (PST) / 5:00 p.m. (EST), so tune in via the link below. ![](/content/images/2017/05/mogo_q1-earnings-call-may-2017-CTA.jpg) [] Happy listening! LISTEN HERE [

How do I qualify for a mortgage

As a first time home buyer, it can be confusing and stressful figuring out exactly what you need to qualify for a mortgage. So, we’re breaking it down for you so you can focus on all the other exciting stuff (like house hunting!). After all, your first time should be amazing.When you’re getting a mortgage, lenders base your approval on factors about you and your credit history as well as the the property you’re buying. Your mortgage specialist will walk you through all the details and help you t

3 ways to improve your credit score

Your credit score is basically your adult report card. It matters when it comes time to make big life decisions like buying your dream place.The higher your score the better. It’s used by lenders and financial institutions to determine whether your credit-worthy or not. In general, a low score could mean you’re declined on a loan or receive a higher interest rate, while a higher score allows for lower interest rates and better options when it comes to things like getting a mortgage and borrowing