Let Your Home Return The Favour
You've taken care of your home for decades, now let it take care of you. Turn some of your home's equity into income that you can use to:
take trips & experience the world
pay for medical or home care needs
help your children or grandchildren purchase their first home
purchase a vacation home close by or abroad
Your First Step Toward a Stress Free Tomorrow.
Get Up To 55% Of The Value Of Your Home.
Choose One Lump Sum OR Monthly Instalments.
Don't pay back anything until you sell your home.
Retain Home Ownership. ALWAYS.
CHIP Income is Tax Free.
CARP Approved & CARP Recommended
94% of Clients Recommend this Product to Others.
Retire in the home you love with The CHIP Reverse Mortgage.
You worked hard to become a homeowners, and it’s important to us that we keep it that way. With a CHIP Seniors Mortgage, you always maintain control of your home. In other words, you will never be forced to sell or move as a result of changing home values or earning power (remember, there are no monthly mortgage payments).
Take a look at what other Canadians have to think:
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WestLibertyFinancial.com ◉ 840 Pape Ave, East York, ON M4K 3T6 ◉ Mortgage Broker #M08005291 ◉ Syndicate Mortgages BL #10846
Fine Print: Maximum 65% LTV for EquityLine Visa, maximum 80% LTV for EquityLine Visa and 1st mortgage combined. Rates are subject to change at any time. Each mortgage application is subject to approval based on its merits in accordance with Home Trust’s policies and guidelines. Lender Fee 1.0% - 3.0% dependant on loan to value and client credit score.
® Registered trademark of Home Trust Company. * Visa Int./Home Trust Company, Licensed user of mark. The rate used to calculate the GDS and TDS ratios for all mortgages will be the greater of the contractual mortgage rate or EquityLine Visa rate (offer rate) plus 2% or the five-year benchmark rate published weekly by the Bank of Canada. Non-conventional mortgage applicants must also qualify for mortgage insurance and are responsible for the insurance premiums.