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A professional Canadian Real Estate investor should understand thoroughly about Foreclosure process in Canada.
The word “foreclosure” is a nightmare for the property owner as well as for the Lender. Although the numbers usually increase during the real estate bust cycle; it happens all the time.
If the person who borrowed money using a mortgage fail to pay back that mortgage, money-lender can use foreclosure as a legal action. Foreclosure allows the lender to take or sell that person’s house by first getting a Court’s permission to do so.
The property owner will not lose their property right away when he misses a mortgage payment or makes a late payment. Lenders don’t want to foreclose if they don’t have to because it is expensive and is a lengthy process. Not until two or three months after the borrower has stopped paying, would the lender probably start to foreclose. Usually, a lender will send out letters requiring payment. Then, if they don’t receive a reply, the lender will usually start to foreclose and to sue at the same time. The foreclosure process differs from province to province in Canada.
Hidden profits in forgivable Canadians grants are very imporant for Canadian Real Estate investors to know. The Real Estate Millionaire Secrets Apprentices (REMSA) went to the city of Hamilton to learn more about different investment opportunities and grant programs. Warmingly welcomed, we were introduced and showed by the government officials what types of grants, rebate programs and tax assistances are available.
The Eviction process by sheriff in Ontario can be quite complicated when you have no idea. How the system works. Eviction procedure by sheriff in Ontario protects both landlords and tenants.
Being a Canadian Real Estate investor, you will, in certain circumstances, have no choice but go through the system.If an eviction order is been issued by the Landlord and Tenant Board against you, you must do something about it right away if you do not want to move. What you have to do depends on if there was a hearing or not.
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Further to our previous article, we like to explain more details as follows:
Can a shareholder borrow money from Mortgage Investment Corporation (MIC)?
Now, this is a tricky question. We would like to explain it to you as follows:
1) Yes you can borrow money from the Mortgage Investment Corporation (MIC), provided that you have purchased your shares in the form of hard cash, subject to all the qualifications, rules, and regulations set up by the corporation
2) No, you cannot borrow money if you have purchased your shares of the Mortgage Investment Corporation (MIC) inside of your Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP), Registered Retirement Income Funds (RRIF), or Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP), because of the Income Tax Act.