6 Things to Know About RRSP Mortgages: A Legal Perspective.
Do you have a Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) in Canada? Are you unhappy with the financial performance of your RRSP? Are you looking for better investment returns in your RRSP? Or are you looking to borrow money? Perhaps you don’t want to borrow from a bank, credit union, or broker? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you might find it attractive to use an RRSP mortgage. This blog post focuses on the legal aspects of lending and borrowing money from an RRSP as a mortgage, but it also applies to other Canadian registered investment funds like Registered Retirement Income Funds (RRIF), Registered Education Saving Plans (RESP), and Tax-free Savings Accounts (TFSA).
Well, 2017 is done and dusted. We can’t look back without being pleased, but it wouldn’t be a year in review without some thoughts about what’s happening in 2018 with our corner of the real estate world.
Who knew Santa was Italian?! He showed up at our favourite store, Italian Centre Shop, and insisted we have a picture with him.
Donna and I are delighted to have this opportunity to wish everyone the very best of the holiday season. We’re taking a little break till after New Years, but then we’ll be back to posting about Canadian real estate, property law, and creative investment strategies. Thanks for your support and stay tuned for more!
Lately, there has been some vigorous spring cleaning going on behind the scenes here at Investor Lawyer. This is the result of merging the old barrymcguire.ca into this blog. It has sometimes interrupted the regularity of our podcast, but we’re almost done! For the next few weeks, we’re excited to be migrating the rest of the great content from the old site—freshly revised and squeaky clean.