Anshu Arora LLM, MSc, PMP

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Land assembly is a great way to increase the money that you get for your property, and are great to market as well. You just need to make sure you’re hiring someone who can reach buyers both nationally, and internationally.

And when I say international, I don’t just mean in China or Hong Kong – I mean get someone who can market in LA, Texas, Miami, Seychelles, Cayman Islands, Dubai, Sydney, Bombay and at many other places. You never know where the buyer might come from.

Our market is great for Land Assembly, and I can help you get the an amazing return on your investment, while minimizing out of pocket expenses!

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We live in Toronto, and were looking to invest in Vancouver and weren’t sure where to start. We were referred to Anshu by a close friend, and our experience was beyond amazing! He is very knowledgeable and was able to find us a 3 bedroom condo, well below market and assessment value!! And we did all the paperwork without leaving Toronto. Anshu’s vast network of lawyers, realtors and mortgage professionals made all this possible and we will definitely recommend him if you’re looking for someone who will WOW you!

G.K, Toronto, Ontario

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Financing your home is probably one of the least fun aspects of home ownership. Nevertheless, it’s essential. And when it comes to a reverse mortgage, things get a little more interesting. With a reverse mortgage, you can take advantage of the value of your home without selling it. Sounds pretty good, doesn’t it? Before you call your bank, here are all the facts about how reverse mortgages work.

What is a Reverse Mortgage? Reverse mortgages are also referred to as equity release. They allow you to borrow a percentage of the current value of your home. This percentage is based on a number of things including your age, the appraised value of your home, and your lender. Basically, the older you are and the longer you’ve had your home, the more equity you will have in your home. As well, current market trends will also contribute to the amount of money you can access.

How is a Reverse Mortgage Paid Off? One of the things that appeal to homeowners is that payments on reverse mortgages are not required until the loan is due. The loan is usually due at the time of death or when you sell your home. One thing to consider is that the longer you go without payments toward a reverse mortgage, the more interest you will owe. That is very important because this can negatively affect the equity in your home, meaning when you decide to sell, you might not end up with as much profit as you were expecting.

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Rates are changing, Policies are changing, Market is changing, Gas prices are changing!

Now is the time to do what you are going to do – key point to remember is that you always buy and sell in the same market. You sell now, you’ll buy now.

You may wait for prices to go up and sell then, and at that point you buy in a high market as well. Never focus on what the market is doing – focus on your own goals, your outcomes. The market always has and always will go up!

I can help, assist, guide, lead you, if that is what's needed!

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Prices are on the rise again and so is the market! Great time to take advantage of this – with the restrictions on building on ALR land in Richmond, revisions to the Stress test, and may more changes, take advantage of all this before the market takes off again.

Buy and Sell and take advantage of exposure to millions of Buyers and Sellers, through my websites

and many many more!!

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