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Foreign Investors

Whether you’re planning a permanent move, coming to work or study, or have already arrived in the country, we can help you get settled in Canada.

Canada is a welcoming and promising country that offers opportunities and freedom to immigrants.

If you are new to Canada and are interested in buying a home or investing in real estate, planning for your retirement or completing an important project, there are several investment options available to help you make your money grow in Canada.

Why Canada ?

Canada has been ranked as the the #1 country in the world for quality of life in 2017 (https://www.usnews.com/news/best-countries/overall-full-list)

With economic and political stability, well developed public education and health systems and affordable real estate, Canada is proving to be the country that many people from around the world would like to call home.

Are you looking to invest and protect your assets ?

Canada is a good place to create tax planning structures to minimize taxes on interest, dividends, capital gains, income and rental income.
The Canadian government has made it easier than ever by signing tax treaties with over 115 countries – the greatest number in the world.

Thinking about buying real estate in Canada ?

Canada welcomes home buyers from all countries, and there are no restrictions on the amount or kind of real estate you can buy. Some banks will restrict the number of properties they will finance to 5 properties per person. Additionally, as of April 21, 2017, there is a 15% Non-Resident Speculation Tax that must be paid by non Citizens and non-permanent residents (including corporations and trusts) read details here:
http://www.fin.gov.on.ca/en/bulletins/nrst/nrst.html

Can a non-resident get financing or mortgage help from Canadian banks?

YES !! Usually Canadian banks and lenders require non-residents have a minimum 35% down payment (in other words, 35% of the cost of the home paid for in cash, with a maximum of 65% of the home’s value provided as a mortgage). Different banks have different rules of course, and some will be more strict than others.

If you work with us, you will have access to lawyers, banks & lenders, insurance and tax specialists who understand the requirements and needs of non-residents.