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Mortgage Investment Corporation (MIC) – Part II

 Mortgage Investment Corporation – Further to our previous article, we like to explain more details as follows:

Mortgage Investment Corporation

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.

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Self Directed RRSP Mortgages

Self Directed RRSP Mortgages are another way of investing your own money for higher return. They are regulated by rules of Canada Revenue Agency.

Professional real estate investors use Self Directed RRSP Mortgages for their investment portfolio.They have all kind of advantages compare to conventional mortgages. It can be bit expensive but one can justify since you write off against income.

Self Directed RRSP Mortgages

Would you like to invest your self directed RRSP into mortgages?

With minimum of 3-5 year term, we can offer you 6-8% return annually.

Ask us about “how to invest Self directed RRSP  and TFSA into  syndicated mortgages in Ontario, Canada @ 8% for 3 years”?

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