Free home buyer seminar in central Toronto Nov 4

October 28, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

Home buyer seminar central toronto | CanadianMortgageCo.comThinking of buying a home in the next twelve months?

There is a lot to learn if you want to avoid costly mistakes. The market is constantly changing, both on the real estate side, and on the financing side, which makes it even more challenging to know whether you have the right information.

We’d like to help!

Evan Schwartz, a real estate agent with Royal LePage, and I invite you to join us for a relaxed and casual “meet and greet” event at the Sports Centre Cafe. You’ll have a chance to get valuable answers to the questions you have about the home buying process.

The format

Evan and I will both talk briefly, focusing on their specialties in the buying process based on our experience.   As you may have gathered through browsing through my site, I work mainly with residential mortgage financing for first-time homebuyers, property investors, and people with “out-of-the-box” financial situations. Evan’s niche is residential condos and homes in Central Toronto, one of the most popular areas of our great city.

We’ll be offering munchies, and you’ll have an opportunity to ask home buying questions to your heart’s content!

Please RSVP!

If you’re interested in getting more information, or you would like to RSVP, pop over to the seminar website. It’s at www.CanadianRealEstateSeminars.com. Space is limited, so please RSVP to reserve your spot. We look forward to meeting you!

If you can’t make it to this one, but you’re interested in joining the group at a future event, please shoot me an email at ingridmcgaughey@invis.ca and I can add you to the list for follow-up.

Thanks, and happy homebuying!

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I'm a Toronto Mortgage Broker. My focus is on saving people time and money in financing and re-financing their homes. Am passionate about helping people make informed choices, giving back, and helping to improve financial literacy in Canada.

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