It’s RRSP season and thousands of people will be contributing to their retirement accounts over the next couple of weeks. In fact, according to the Investment Funds Institute of Canada (IFIC), in December 2012 alone Canadians bought $1.87 billion in mutual funds. And for the year ending 2012, net new sales of funds were over $30 billion. That’s the number 30 followed by NINE zeros! But that pales in comparison to the total amount of mutual funds currently under management at $849.7 billion! Why this should matter to me, to you, or to anyone else? Well, the reality is that the vast majority of those funds will under perform the stock market averages. In fact, many will actually LOSE money.
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Has that ever happened to YOU? What’s amazing is that the fund managers still get paid no matter what happens to stock market! People are looking for investment opportunities, and if you are a real estate investor or you’ve been thinking of investing, there is a way that YOU can offer the an alternative… right inside their retirement accounts.
Recently I was speaking to my good friend, Paul Blacquiere, a real estate expert based in Ottawa, Ontario. Years ago, Paul discovered a technique that allows you to tap into the billions of dollars in RRSPs to finance real estate deals. It even works with RRIFs, LIRAs, RESPs and most recently TFSAs. It’s called RRSP Mortgages and even though he’s been teaching people about it for years, most Canadians still don’t know they exist.
Paul recently hosted a complimentary webinar on how to use these special types of mortgages to finance your real estate deals. And I’ve convinced him to allow my readers access to the replay of his presentation for a very limited time. His webinar is called…Financing All The Deals You Want With RRSP Mortgages.
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Paul will be showing you a little known technique that allows you to finance your properties using other people’s RRSPs with:
- No bank qualifying, application forms, or even a job
- No down payment verification – funds can be borrowed
- Financing up to 100% of the purchase price
- Lower interest rates than through a mortgage broker
- No mortgage broker fees and low setup fees
- And much more!
You’ll also learn about the pros and cons of using your own RRSPs to finance deals, and how it differs from using other people’s money.
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