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  1. Usually in undergrad a co-signer is required so this would have been the issue. In med school this is different as long your credit is ok you should be approved.
  2. In my opinion from dealing in the professional space for many years it is imperative that you deal with a specialist. This way you can be confident you are getting the proper accounts, advice & perks. When your choosing a bank the advisors knowledge and the trust you feel in them should be at the top of the list of determining factors. Questions to ask how long have you been dealing with professional students, how many do you deal with, do you plan on staying in your current role?
  3. No they have no power to approve more. The only way it would even be considered would be with a co- signer.
  4. No it’s been that way for about a year. Wasn’t well documented within the policy until this week. You are still eligible for it regardless as long as you haven’t already gone into repayment.
  5. I personally always set up the student account now as it allows unlimited e-transfers.
  6. I do not know of any additional changes coming. As it stands today the plan is follows. -300,000 max limit available entirely at setup -free unlimited chequing account for school, residency/fellowship, grace period -Passport Infinite & Gold Amex with fees waived for duration of school, residency/fellowship & grace period -Fees on personal account and credit cards continue to be waived afterwards if you setup the professional plan -2 year grace period -Option to convert to professional line. To my knowledge we are the only bank that has this option.
  7. My advice to clients on this is to always use up any money they have sitting in their bank accounts before using the line of credit. As medical students you do not have the time to work so where does the money come from to make the interest payments. It comes from the line of credit. On paper other banks lines of credit don’t compound because you have to make interest payments. Don’t be fooled by this as you are going to take money from the line to make the interest payment.
  8. As of today any outside revolving credit that you wish to keep open reduces the line of credit limit. The reduction is dollar for dollar for the limits you keep open. Outside credit cards do not affect the credit card limits at all. This is also supposed to be tweaked for the better with the changes.
  9. I can’t speak to the acquisition of MD as I know about as much as you at this point. The changes that are coming were already in process before the acquisition took place. I have been in touch with the product people to get an update and it sounds like we should have the updates by the end of the month.
  10. To my knowledge they will not include the Momentum Infinite. Right now you may not think that the rewards and lounges are useful. But once you are travelling for clerkship, electives and interview tour the points are as good as cash. They pay for your hotels and flights so you don’t have to. You will spend a lot of time in airports as well. All of the graduating students think the perk of the lounges is great with how much they are in airports. With respect to your other question yes RBC requires you to make interest payments on a monthly basis. We on the other hand simplify thi
  11. Precisely!!! Not to mention the full suite of travel insurances. No premium on foreign currency transactions and 6 free lounge visits. The redemption options are also way more flexible than most travel cards. They can be redeemed for any travel purchase as long as you pay for it on the card. This can be a hotel, flight, rental car, all inclusive resort. These can also be booked through any booking site. Also the fees are waived on both cards as part of the plan for the duration of school, residency/fellowship & grace period. Not to mention they continue to be waived after t
  12. I will do my best to explain. The Momentum Infinite card is not part of plan. The fee on this card is not to be waived. To give you an idea I have the Momentum Infinite and I cannot get the fee waived on my card. My opinion is the combination of the Passport Infinite & Gold Amex is the best cards that come with any of the plans. The Amex gives you 4 times the points on gas, groceries, dining & entertainment. Most gas stations and major restaurants accept Amex. Passport Infinite comes with 2 times the points on groceries, dining & entertainment and transit purchases. No
  13. My pleasure. Having a mortgage will not affect the amount that you will be approved for on the professional line.
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