You want to start making your money work for you by investing it. And you know that real estate is the most secure option, given all that you have at your disposal. But which real estate investing option do you want to use? There are still many, such as investing in a REIT, flipping houses, or becoming a landlord, to...Read more »
If you're new to the world of MICs, or you're a pretty seasoned investor but you've only dealt with investing in first mortgages, you may be wondering if it's worth it to make the move to putting your money into second mortgages. This is an option that many MICs offer, and whether or not you jump into them will be...Read more »
MICs have been making a huge return, after years of underestimation, and now they're a great option for investors looking to expand their portfolio in one of the soundest investments there is - real estate. But this is just one option and it's one of many, including donning the hat of landlord and purchasing rental property. So which one is better?...Read more »
Investing in MICs is becoming hugely popular in Canada as investors start to turn away from risky investments such as the stock market (which is giving super-low yields right now) and turn towards safe investments that they know will be there for years to come. But because MICs are becoming a mainstream form of investment, after years of flying under...Read more »
When looking at real estate through the eyes of an investor, you have a few options to you available in Canada. You could go the way of flipping houses, putting in a ton of sweat equity for a questionable return. Or you could become a landlord and deal with the hassle of tenants, repairs, and legal issues. Or, you could...Read more »
Canadian investors are becoming wary of many markets. Low interest rates, while good for homebuyers and homeowners, give RSP and RRIF funds disappointing returns. Fatigue is setting in on the stock market as well, with investors losing as much as 87% in RIM shares in the last year alone. So where are they to turn? To private mortgage lending...Read more »
Starting a private mortgage lending business in Toronto is easy, if you have the background, skills, and necessary funds to accomplish it. As more banks continue to tighten their mortgage lending practices, and more rules from Ottawa continue to put pressure on those practices, private mortgage lending is becoming a better option for homebuyers who need to finance a home,...Read more »
We source, and then analyze all investment opportunities presented to us. After careful analysis, only the best ones are packaged and then presented to our investors based on loan size, location & the yield preferences of each of our investors. We then facilitate the closing via our experienced external law firms, and can even manage the investment after closing at no cost to our investor. If you have over $200K of liquid capital to invest (cash or registered funds), please contact us!