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Home Equity Loan Services

Home Equity Loan (HELOC)


If you need access to a large amount of cash, consider a home equity loan. Borrow with your home at affordable rates. Private financing available.

  • Bad credit? No problem
  • Rural properties OK

Second Mortgage


Trouble qualifying for a home equity loan with your lender? Consider a second mortgage from an alternative source. Private financing

  • Bad credit? No problem
  • Rural properties OK

Refinance Your Mortgage


Need cash? Want to reduce your mortgage payment amount? Leverage your home equity for a better payment plan.

  • Bad credit? No problem
  • Rural properties OK

New Mortgage


In the market for a new home? Speak with a mortgage expert that will help you purchase your dream home.

  • Bad credit? No problem
  • Rural properties OK
  • Benefit from volume pricing

Rent-to-Own Program


Not yet ready for a mortgage? Consider the rent to own program. Get the home you want now, qualify for your mortgage sooner all while contributing to your down payment.

Short-Term Financing


Need cash now? Having trouble qualifying through traditional institutions? Consider a short term mortgage or bridge loan from a private mortgage lender. Resolve short-term cash flow problems & transfer mortgage to a traditional institution at end of the program

Reverse Mortgage


Use your home equity for either a one-time advance, or recurring advances, of cash. A great long term solution! You can access up to 55% of the value of your house tax-free. No payment until mortgage is due, Appreciation is yours if the value of your house increases.And you can keep your home!

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Home Equity Loan vs. HELOC
Posted on November 5, 2019

Home Equity Loan vs. HELOC

What are the differences between a HELOC and a home equity loan?

Why Mortgage Rates Vary by Province, and How You Can Level the Playing Field
Posted on November 1, 2019

Why Mortgage Rates Vary by Province, and How You Can Level the Playing Field

Did you know that mortgage rates vary by province? If you're in the market to purchase a home in the future, here's how can level the playing field.

Co-buying: Should You Consider Buying a Home with a Friend?
Posted on October 21, 2019

Co-buying: Should You Consider Buying a Home with a Friend?

Did you know that co-buying a house with a friend could help you enter the housing market? Zoocasa is breaking down everything you need to know.

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