All About Title Insurance & Title Fraud in Ontario | Real Estate 101
Real Estate 101
by Boyle Team | Bowmanville Real Estate (Marlene Boyle)
5M ago
Discussing Title Insurance, Title Fraud, and more with Mark Armstrong, Lawyer at MBAA Law, and Katie Bailie (Nielsen), Business Development Manager at FCT. CONTACT MARK: Email: mark@mbaalaw.com Phone: 905 728-7335 CONTACT KATIE: Email: knielsen@fct.ca Phone: 416 407-6534 ..read more
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Real Estate Investing & Mortgages | Real Estate 101
Real Estate 101
by Boyle Team | Bowmanville Real Estate (Marlene Boyle)
5M ago
Discussing real estate investing, mortgages, and much more with Jason Quamina, mortgage broker ..read more
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Your Guide to Real Estate Down Payments | Real Estate 101
Real Estate 101
by Boyle Team | Bowmanville Real Estate (Marlene Boyle)
8M ago
Looking to buy a home in Ontario? Make sure you understand your options, especially when it comes to your down payment. Ceilidh Lock, mortgage broker, shares her knowledge on mortgages and down payments. Don't forget to subscribe ..read more
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Buying a Home While Self Employed | Real Estate 101
Real Estate 101
by Boyle Team | Bowmanville Real Estate (Marlene Boyle)
8M ago
IMPORTANT INFO FOR SELF EMPLOYED RESIDENTS OF CANADA! Here's how to qualify for a mortgage when you're self employed + other valuable tips and tricks by Lora Behm, a mortgage broker in Durham Region. CONTACT LORA: lora@behmmortgages.com 416 706 2307 CHAPTERS: 0:00 Intro: Meet Lora 0:35 What Did Lora Do Before Mortgages? 2:25 Can You Get Around the 2 Year Approval Process? 3:16 Important Tax Info 4:08 Common Mortgage Challenges Self Employed People Have 5:00 Non-Incorporated vs. Incorporated 6:32 Does it Matter if it's a Holding Company? 8:06 Longer Finance Clauses 8:44 Getting Around the Stres ..read more
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First Home Savings Account by RBC Canada | Real Estate 101
Real Estate 101
by Boyle Team | Bowmanville Real Estate (Marlene Boyle)
8M ago
IMPORTANT INFO FOR FIRST TIME HOME BUYERS IN CANADA!   The first home savings account (FHSA) is a new registered account to help individuals save up to $40,000 on a tax-free basis to purchase their first home. In this podcast episode, I'm sitting down with Kelly Cooper, a Financial Planner at RBC in Courtice, Ontario.   CONTACT KELLY:  kelly.cooper@rbc.com  (905) 576-5173   CHAPTERS:  00:00 Introducing Kelly Cooper 01:10 What is the First Home Savings Account (FHSA)?  01:50 Maximum Contribution Limit  02:15 Expiry Date & What Happens if Time Runs Ou ..read more
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