Lotto Max ticket for July 2 – 2021

General Victor Janus 30 Jun

Here is a picture of the ticket that I’m going to share. Will be picking 10 winners. Who follow and tag a friend. If jackpot of $60Million is won, I will be sharing half of it, so $30 Million. Would be fun wouldn’t it? Lets Hope the ticket comes through.

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For Chris to see

General Victor Janus 25 Jun

Hey, do you see my blog post… i did this myself in 30 seconds. i can just add context here and then just give credit. we have lots of blogs ready to publish on our back end….but i don’t do it…. i think more personal stories or relatable items would work better.

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Mortgage Renewal? Wait and read these tips!

General Victor Janus 24 Jan

HOW TO RENEW YOUR MORTGAGE IN 5 SIMPLE STEPS! If you have a mortgage, you’ll be completing a mortgage renewal when your current term has finished. While most Canadians spend a lot of time and expend tons of effort shopping for an initial mortgage, the same is generally not the case when looking at mortgage […]

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Improving your credit score

General Victor Janus 23 Feb

Improving your credit score Your credit score is a big factor when you apply for a mortgage. It can dictate how good your interest rate will be and the type of mortgage you qualify for. Mortgage Professionals are experienced helping clients with a wide range of credit scores so we can find you a mortgage […]

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Canadian Home Sales Slide In January Led By Greater Golden Horseshoe

General Victor Janus 21 Feb

Canadian Home Sales Slide In January Led By Greater Golden Horseshoe It is no surprise that housing activity slowed in January following a pulling-forward sales surge as homebuyers hurried to purchase before the mortgage rule changes in 2018. The January 1 implementation of the new OSFI B-20 regulations requires that uninsured mortgage borrowers be stress-tested […]

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RRSP – Use home buyers’ plan (HBP) more than once

General Victor Janus 21 Feb

RRSP – Use home buyers’ plan (HBP) more than once Under the home buyers’ plan, a participant and his or her spouse or common- law partner is allowed to withdraw up to $25,000 from his or her RRSP to buy a home. Before 1999, only the first- time home buyers are permitted to buy a […]

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