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Infographic: From Un-Bankable to Bankable

Infographic: From Un-Bankable to Bankable

Lately, we’ve been discussing mortgage solutions a lot because we understand that many Canadians need help when it comes to their personal finances. We also know that improving your financial literacy and knowledge base is important.

Short-term mortgage financing, in the form of a bridge loan, is a great way (regardless of credit rating) to deal with a money or credit issue. Bridge loans are offered by private lenders who can work with anyone looking to resolve short-term cash flow problems, and go from un-bankable to bankable. Take a look at our infographic to learn how you can use a bridge loan as a solution to your credit or financial issues, and go from un-bankable to bankable.

Bridge Loans

Check out our other articles on mortgage solutions

  • Mortgage Qualification & Multiple Collaterals, click here
  • Short Term Mortgage Financing & Bridge Loans, click here 

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Caitlin graduated from Dawson College in 2009 and completed her Art History degree from Concordia University in 2013. She started working as a freelance writer for Loans Canada right after University, eventually working her way up to Chief Content Editor. Her work has led to a large expansion of the company’s content department and she manages a staff of talented writers who are passionate about educating Canadian consumers about credit, debt, and all things personal finance. With over five ...


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