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Are you new Canadian Immigrants -- New to Canada and thinking about buying your first home? I look forward to meeting the New to Canada clients. Immigration to Canada is one of my favourite topics -- You see, long time ago in 1960's, I immigrated to Canada too. I still remember as a young girl arriving in Hamilton, Ontario with my parents and a younger brother. We didn't know a word of English, had twenty five dollars each in our pocket and my parents had no job.
But, just like most hard working Canadian Immigrants, my parents found a job, worked hard, bought a house and got their first home mortgage in Canada.
At that time there were no mortgage options that we offer to our new Canadians now. My parents got a very expensive first time home loan from private lenders -- I still have their mortgage documents.
But, enough about me and my family migration to Canada -- let's concentrate on getting you the first home mortgage in Canada. Take a look below at the video prepared by one of our best mortgage lenders about immigration to Canada and mortgage, and let's get started.
Use the search bar above to take you to our mortgage payment calculator and free mortgage calculator -- this will help you to calculate how much of a mortgage you can afford and what your payments may be.
If you need a realtor, lawyer, movers and more -- we'll give you all the mortgage help you need.
Let's go through highlights of what's needed to qualify for the New to Canada mortgage:
How much down payment do you need?
If you're new to Canada, give me a call to see if you qualify for your first home mortgage. If all this seems complicated, don't worry. I will give you the right mortgage help and walk you through the entire process - from start to successful ownership of your dream home in Canada.
Marie Copeland FSU, Hamilton Mortgage Broker - Burlington Mortgages
Email Marie for your first home loan in Canada
Or Call 905-537-8815
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