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Private Mortgage - Effective Uses

Posted by Sean Stewart on 10 November 2021
Private Mortgage - Effective Uses
Private mortgages have exploded in Canada over the last few years. There are so many different lenders now in the marketplace offering private mortgage money. Many private lenders have a niche and cater to specific borrower types. There is a private lender for almost any situation. There are many different reasons why people look to private lending as a mortgage solution. Real estate investors often use private money to purchase residential and commercial real estate to build their portfolio...
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The Investor Mortgage

Posted by Sean Stewart on 1 November 2021
The Investor Mortgage
Investing in real estate requires a different mindset, the investor mindset. It is about positive cashflow and purchasing the property at a good price; Meaning not over valued for the income generated. Investors analyze the Net Operating Income (NOI) for the property. Purchase price should be evaluated on the current net operating income and not the potential NOI. Cap rate is a great formula to help evaluate potential income properties. In Ontario a good cap rate is between 4% to 12%, depend...
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The Self-Employed Mortgage

Posted by Sean Stewart on 26 October 2021
The Self-Employed Mortgage
       There are many mortgage options designed specifically for the self-employed. Some lenders cater specifically to the self-employed to help them get the financing they need. There are many products that lender have which help the self-employed qualify for the mortgage they need, including: Gross up net income Add back of non-cash expense items Use a portion of corporate net income Stated income Cash flow analysis Property equity program Total Net Worth p...
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MORTGAGE - Do I Need an Income to get a Mortgage

Posted by Sean Stewart on 26 July 2021
MORTGAGE - Do I Need an Income to get a Mortgage
Yes, you need some type of income to get a mortgage. The calculation for debt servicing is your total debt payments divided by your gross income. Without an income this formula does not work, and you cannot qualify for a mortgage.

Employment income is the most common and you can use the gross annual amount. Other types of income include rental income, investment income (dividends and interest), alimony, pensions, child support and other types of income. There are many restrictions on how muc...
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MORTGAGE LENDERS - Find the Right Lender for You

Posted by Sean Stewart on 12 July 2021
MORTGAGE LENDERS - Find the Right Lender for You
When you ask people which mortgage lenders are in the Canadian market place, most people will name the six large retail banks. But did you know that there are 83 banks registered in Canada? Plus many other credit unions and trust companies. Not all of these institutions lend mortgage money but I bet this fact just expanded your understanding of the market place.

All of these institutions including the big six banks are regulated by the same government agency called the Office of the Superint...
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