If you're looking to boost your investment portfolio even more but are wondering where to find the funds for it, you might not have to look any further than your own RRSP. Funds collected in your RRSP can be used to invest in the mortgages of others. This is called an "arm's length mortgage," as the borrower is most likely...Read more »
In the past we've talked a lot about the drawbacks to investing in an MIC. That's the fact that they are typically much longer investments than investing in private mortgages, and they also have very little protection for the investor in case of default. But in addition to being one of the riskier investments you can hold in your portfolio, you...Read more »
Something interesting is happening in the United States right now. People are beginning to realize the need for private mortgages, especially homeowners and homebuyers that have poor credit - and investors are starting to cash in on that need. So much so that this type of investing has even gained a catchy new name across the border. Everyone knows that...Read more »
It wasn't that long ago that we told you about the declining popularity of REITs and about how investors are starting to turn more towards private lending. But just why is that? It's because REITs have an allure of making investors big money, and sometimes that's all investors can see. But just like stocks, not everyone in the REIT market...Read more »
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