Buy a home in Canada, U.S. citizens. Mortgage?

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I am a U.S. citizen who wants to buy a home in Canada. I’m in the process of applying as skilled workers, but no status now. I can not find an American company, gives me a mortgage for a home in Canada, you know? I also heard that I used a Canadian Mortgage Co, just give me a loan of less than 35% down, not because I am a resident. Is that correct? If you give me in contact with a company that is yes, I’m sure I want to buy a house. I lived in the area all summer and I feel in love with him and I am doing my PhD at the University of Windsor, so that at least 5 years in the region.
Hello, one of my friends went crazy trying to figure out how to display a statement that they get student loans are paid. This is a Canada Student Loan. You must show your bank paid the evidence before getting a mortgage kann.Sie tried all the Govt. Web sites they can find. I suggested that RBC, but if anyone knows it would be a direct way is useful, thank you all! Just a quick note … I think the sad that I had a real answer and only had the last 20 minutes of the declaration remains as spam !!!!!!! This does not pass me want to use Yahoo Answers …. and I love the responses Yahoo! So this question is now closed to the above e-mail. Fifteen years



Two thirds of the way by shredding 15 years worth of receipts, invoices, tax returns and other personal documents expired. This bag of confetti, the third, we have previously completed to go with at least two others. We also have three tanks of 65 liters of storage complete recycling of paper rather than demolish. Our house is literally breathe a sigh of relief.

6 Comments
  1. Reply
    Tanker
    February 5, 2011 at 10:53 pm

    Well, the first thing I would do is call a Chamber of Commerce in the town or area of Canada you wish to move to. They are usually very willing to help a person who wants to settle,( roots) in there town or country for that matter.

    Are you really sure you want to buy a house right away? What if you do not like Canada & now you have a mortgage. Why don’t you rent a place first, then if you like Canada then buy a house. Especially if you become a registered alien in that country you might be able to secure a mortgage. Good Luck.

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    Cookies On Steve
    February 5, 2011 at 11:45 pm

    Doesn’t she have the latest statement from her financial aid bill showing it’s been paid? If not, have her call the Student Loan Office on the bill and have them fax a statement to the mortgage loan office (get their fax number, first).

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    Luke Dorny (luxuryluke)
    February 6, 2011 at 12:37 am

    Oh, my!
    Why at this point? Shuttering?

  4. Reply
    dotsara
    February 6, 2011 at 1:32 am

    Wow. That’s a lot of shredding to be done.

  5. Reply
    yeled
    February 6, 2011 at 2:30 am

    your organisational ability scares me.

  6. Reply
    splorp
    February 6, 2011 at 3:05 am

    @ luxuryluke Why at this point? Several reasons … none of which has anything to do with shuttering … 1) Legally, we only need to keep tax documents for seven years after the date of filing; 2) What is the point of holding on to art supply receipts from my college days?; 3) Our file cabinet was literally full to overflowing, thereby causing a seriously foreboding structural integrity issue; 4) The aforementioned filing cabinet needed to be moved from the second floor to the basement anyway, and that’s an easier task when there’s less to move; and 5) It’s always a good time to identify the keepers from the crappers.

    @ dotsara It definitely was. The poor shredder nearly collapsed.

    @ yeled Don’t be fooled by this small act of tidying. You should see what still needs to be tackled in the basement. Yipes.

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