You’ve made a big commitment to your new country. Now we want to help you really feel at home.

For permanent residents, this means mortgages that take into account your particular needs and challenges. They’re designed for individuals who immigrated to Canada within the last 3-5 years. And they can be funded for a purchase price of up to $1,500,000.
 
 
What do You Need to Settle In?
It’s what you don’t need that makes the difference. You do not need proof of income. Because permanent residents often don’t qualify under conventional guidelines, applicants can instead show that they have sufficient liquid savings in Canada to fund 12 months of mortgage, principal, interest and tax payments – in addition to their down payments of 35%.
 
Other Things to Consider.
  • No GDS or TDS test is required for conventional financing
  • You must provide verification of your permanent resident status or confirmation that your application has been received by Immigration Canada
  • The property can be owner-occupied residential with up to 4 units
  • Your Canadian credit history must be good
  • Mortgages can be used to purchase or refinance
  • There are some exclusions with regard to exactly what can be financed: for example, one lender may allow two properties, another only one. That’s where we come in.
Get to Know What Canada Can Offer. Click HERE for more information.

 

You’ve made a big commitment to your new country. Now we want to help you really feel at home.

For permanent residents, this means mortgages that take into account your particular needs and challenges. They’re designed for individuals who immigrated to Canada within the last 3-5 years. And they can be funded for a purchase price of up to $1,500,000.
 
 
What do You Need to Settle In?
It’s what you don’t need that makes the difference. You do not need proof of income. Because permanent residents often don’t qualify under conventional guidelines, applicants can instead show that they have sufficient liquid savings in Canada to fund 12 months of mortgage, principal, interest and tax payments – in addition to their down payments of 35%.
 
Other Things to Consider.
  • No GDS or TDS test is required for conventional financing
  • You must provide verification of your permanent resident status or confirmation that your application has been received by Immigration Canada
  • The property can be owner-occupied residential with up to 4 units
  • Your Canadian credit history must be good
  • Mortgages can be used to purchase or refinance
  • There are some exclusions with regard to exactly what can be financed: for example, one lender may allow two properties, another only one. That’s where we come in.
Get to Know What Canada Can Offer. Click HERE for more information.

 

You’ve made a big commitment to your new country. Now we want to help you really feel at home.

For permanent residents, this means mortgages that take into account your particular needs and challenges. They’re designed for individuals who immigrated to Canada within the last 3-5 years. And they can be funded for a purchase price of up to $1,500,000.
 
 
What do You Need to Settle In?
It’s what you don’t need that makes the difference. You do not need proof of income. Because permanent residents often don’t qualify under conventional guidelines, applicants can instead show that they have sufficient liquid savings in Canada to fund 12 months of mortgage, principal, interest and tax payments – in addition to their down payments of 35%.
 
Other Things to Consider.
  • No GDS or TDS test is required for conventional financing
  • You must provide verification of your permanent resident status or confirmation that your application has been received by Immigration Canada
  • The property can be owner-occupied residential with up to 4 units
  • Your Canadian credit history must be good
  • Mortgages can be used to purchase or refinance
  • There are some exclusions with regard to exactly what can be financed: for example, one lender may allow two properties, another only one. That’s where we come in.
Get to Know What Canada Can Offer. Click HERE for more information.

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