Renovation dreaming

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With summer on its way, lots of families have renovations on their minds. Did you know that home buyers can apply for a Purchase Plus Improvement Mortgage and get access to funds for renovations?

If you or a family member are looking to buy a home but are allocating all your savings for the down payment, here is a way to access more funds to do the renovations that will make that purchase into the perfect home.

Ask me about getting a Purchase Plus Improvement Mortgage.

This mortgage product allows you to borrow up to an extra $40,000 or more. At today’s low interest rates, this is a great way to finance your renovations.

This mortgage product could be perfect if you are interested in buying a fixer upper in your perfect, but pricier neighbourhood.

To find out if you or a friend or family member qualifies for a Purchase Plus Improvement mortgage product, contact me directly (250 862 1806 or [email protected]) and I’d be happy to assist you.

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About the Author

Tracy Head and Laurie Baird help busy families find mortgage solutions. Together they have more than 45 years of experience in the mortgage industry.

With today’s increasingly complicated mortgage rules, Tracy and Laurie spend time getting to know the people they work with and help them to better understand the mortgage process. They support their clients before, during, and after their mortgage is in place.

Tracy and Laurie work closely with their clients, offering advice and options. With access to more than 40 different lenders, Tracy and Laurie are able to assist with residential, commercial, and reverse mortgages in order to match the needs of their clients with the right mortgage package.

They work closely with their clients to find the right fit, and are around to provide support for years down the road!

Contact them at 250-862-1806 or visit http://www.okanaganmortgages.com

Visit their blog at https://www.okanaganmortgages.com/blog


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