Financing for a Property You Buy in a Corporation

PART 3 of the Rev N You with Real Estate Series on the Mortgage Market in Canada

Recorded October 18th, 2008: 2 minutes 51 seconds

Financing real estate investments is one of the biggest challenges we’ve faced in our investment adventures. And, it’s even more difficult if you are trying to limit your liability by purchasing that property in a corporation. Since every real estate guru course we’ve attended suggests the first thing you should do before you buy a property is set up a corporation we decided to find out if anybody is actually able to make it work for a residential real estate investment.

Listen as Dave Peniuk (of Rev N You) asks Cindy Faulkner of Meridian Coastal Mortgages if anyone is able to buy residential real estate investments in a corporation… we know we haven’t been able to.

Thanks for stopping by and getting the facts on what is happening in the market today! This is the third in a series of five podcasts on the mortgage market in Canada. We’ve got some big plans for more experts to join us on Rev N You, so make sure you’re signed up for our Rev N You with Real Estate newsletter to be certain you don’t miss any of the important market updates!



Cindy Faulkner owns and runs Meridian Coastal Mortgages. An active real estate investor, with 17 years of experience in the residential real estate market, Cindy and her team are our first call when it comes to financing for our properties. They are always happy to chat about scenarios or discuss the market, so give them a call at            604-588-4466      .

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