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Investing in Private Mortgages in Alberta: A Path to Higher Returns

The investment landscape is ever-evolving, and savvy investors are constantly on the lookout for opportunities that provide a balance between risk and reward. In Alberta’s diverse and robust financial market, one investment avenue that has been gaining attention is private mortgages. This non-traditional investment option provides a unique benefit: the potential for higher returns than […]

Investing in Private Mortgages with Your RRIF in Canada: A Smart Strategy

As Canadian retirees seek secure and diverse investment options for their Registered Retirement Income Fund (RRIF), the world of private mortgages has emerged as a promising avenue. Magnum Mortgage is at the forefront of providing valuable insights into this lucrative investment opportunity. In this article, we will delve into what an RRIF is, shed light […]

Frequently Asked Questions About Mortgage Investment

It’s recommended that every investor, big or small, diversify their investment portfolio to help mitigate their risk. An option available to help diversify an investment portfolio could include investing a portion of one’s investments into private real estate, which is possible with mortgage investments. When paired with traditional investments like stocks and bonds, mortgage investing […]

Debt Consolidation

Debt consolidation is a financial strategy combining multiple outstanding debts into a single, manageable loan. This can be done by taking out a personal loan, using a balance transfer credit card, or working with a debt consolidation company. Debt consolidation aims to simplify the debt repayment process and save money on interest charges. One of […]

When is a private mortgage right for me?

A Private Mortgage is typically a short-term loan, usually ranging between one to three years, that is securitized by a Residential or Commercial property (or sometimes even blanketed across more than one property).  Private lenders are often able to provide alternative solutions to traditional Bank or Monoline lenders, who can sometimes be more restrictive or […]