As a Real estate investor myself, I believe that real estate should be a part of all investment portfolios, and I have enjoyed helping many clients build the real estate component of their financial plan.
I began investing in real estate in 2000, along with my husband; anthony and we now own multiple doors along with several joint venture partnerships.
Ongoing education in real estate investing is very important to me which is why I run The Real Estate Investment Club and continue to offer seminars to the investor community.
I focus on providing tailored mortgage strategies and top notch lending advice to clients who are looking to build wealth through real estate and are looking for guidance and expertise on how to structure and finance multiple income properties.
Real estate investment mortgages have always been a key part of my portfolio of services as I cater to the needs of net worth conscious mortgage borrowers. I always have my client's long-term estate and financial goals at the core of the plan.
Many investors finance their portfolio one property at a time with pure focus on getting the absolute lowest rate and without assessing the long term financing implications to their overall portfolio, next purchase or long term plans.
While this approach may seem to work initially because investors may be getting what they believe is a great deal, many realize – often late in the game of building a portfolio – that it is not the best way to fund their deals. This typically occurs when the bank says “NO” to financing their next deal.
Did you know that you can use your RRSPs to invest in Real Estate without having to cash them out and without triggering taxation on the funds used?
f you are looking to build wealth in Real Estate through the acquisition of multiple properties, having a financing plan is a backbone to your success.
Learn about how I can help you develop a sustainable financing strategy that will take your portfolio to new heights.
If you are planning on working with others to purchase properties, it is important to think of the following: