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Leanne Myles: Mortgages for those new to Canada?

New to Canada? Am I able to get approved for a mortgage? Leanne Myles of Clinton Wilkins Mortgage Team explains.

Don’t feel like watching? Check out the video transcript below.

Transcript:

A permanent resident is someone who has been in Canada maybe one or two years, who maybe hasn’t built credit, doesn’t have Canadian income, who still wants to be a homeowner.

Even if you’re not a permanent resident and you’re here on a work permit. We can use your credit from your former country along with your income in Canada and help you finance your first home. Depending on your status if your permanent residence, a temporary worker, or even a refugee, we have mortgage solutions for you.

If you have any questions do give us a call.


Have any more questions, feel free to get in touch with Leanne here!

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