The Canadian Home Renovation Program

The Canadian Home Renovation Program

Get Up to $40,000 to Make Improvements to Your Next Home!

Little known program will help you get up to $40,000 cash to turn your next home purchase into your dream home purchase!
Borrow money for home improvements and roll it into your mortgage

Make Your Next Home Your Dream Home.
Borrow up to $40,000 for improvements and roll everything into one mortgage.

If you’re looking to buy a home – whether it’s your first home, your next home or a brand new home – it can be tough to find the perfect property that’s within your budget, is in the right location, and has everything you want.

In an ideal world, you have a long list of “must have’s”. You’d like to find a home that has everything you want and is under your budget too. But this is rarely an ideal world. You could look for years and years and never find that perfect home. Or, you could look and find the ideal home but the price is just too much!

You have probably seen a number of homes that are close to perfect. Do you want to settle? Well, you might not have to…

What if you could get some additional money to make one of those homes that are “almost perfect” into your perfect home?

Well, here’s the good news…
Steven Crews, Mortgage Broker Calgary

Steven Crews can help you get additional financing to improve your new home.

There’s a little-known Government Program, which allows you to get financing up to 10% of the total purchase price (to a maximum of $40,000) towards making improvements/renovations to a home you intend to buy.

This can open up a whole new world of opportunities when you’re looking to buy a home! You can use the extra money to renovate the kitchen, bathrooms, basement or more – pretty much any improvements you want. You could even get some extra cash to do something as simple as paint the home and change the carpets.

It means you can turn an “OK” home into your perfect home with a few renovations!

Or you could find a find a home in a good location, selling below market value because it’s a little “tired” or run down. Use the extra cash to make it perfect before you move in. This is one of the best ways to purchase a home below market value and build automatic equity by making it perfect for you and your family.

And you can roll all the costs into just one mortgage.

Renovations made easy

You might feel the practical implications of renovating a house before you move in are just too daunting.

Even if you can get the money to do the work, you might be worried about the headaches of designing the improvements and organizing contractors. It can all seem too scary and overwhelming.

So, you might be thinking “Yes, we’ll buy a home that needs renovations but we’ll tackle them some time in future.”

But the reality is, it’s much more difficult and disruptive for your family to renovate after you’ve moved in. Why not do everything upfront, get your dream home at the outset and move in to something you can live in happily for many years?

I have seen so many clients purchase a home, then take years to renovate it just the way they want it. By this time, they end up selling and buying their next home. They didn’t really enjoy all the renovations and hard work they put into the home. You could get the home, make it perfect and enjoy it for years to come.

We have trusted designers and contractors who can make the renovation process easy

I have several properties now available, which qualify for additional financing under the Canadian Home Renovation Program. These homes are in good locations, close to good schools. These homes would benefit from some additional improvements, such as a new kitchen, new bathroom, larger garage. Some homes just look a little “tired” and need a spruce up.

Thanks to the Canadian Home Renovation Program, you can customize any of these homes just the way you want! And, best of all, you can do the improvements before you move in!

I can also put you in touch with a trusted interior designer and contractors, who can help you with your proposed improvements. The renovation process really can be stress-free!

You could get a new bathroom like this for $12,000 and pay just $56 extra per month as part of your mortgage.

You could get a new bathroom like this for $12,000 and pay just $56 extra per month as part of your mortgage.

New windows

Upgrade your windows and doors for $9000 and add just $42 per month as part of your mortgage.

New garage

Build a new garage for $15,000 and pay just $70 per month extra as part of your mortgage.

Example Costs For Home Renovations

1. New Kitchen – $20,000. Roll it into your mortgage and pay just $93.66 per month extra.

2. New Bathroom – $12,000. Adds just $56.19 per month to your mortgage.

3. New Windows and Doors – $9000. Add the cost to your mortgage for just $42.15 per month.

4. Basement Renovation – $40,000. Roll it into your mortgage for only $187.31 per month.

5. New Garage – $15,000. Include it in your mortgage for just $70.24 per month.

6. New Flooring – $5000. Adds just $23.41 per month to your mortgage.

Call Steven Crews at (403) 870-2669 to get full details on the Canadian Home Renovation Program, which will allow you to finance improvements such as these to your new home.

Frequently Asked Questions About the Canadian Home Renovation Program

Q. Do you have properties that are pre-qualified for the Canadian Home Renovation Program?
A. Yes, call me on (403) 870-2669 for a list of properties that are already pre-qualified, or show me a property you’re thinking of buying and I can show you how this property can qualify for the Canadian Home Renovation Program!

Q. Do I have to pay a higher interest rate to use this program?
A. No, this program has no impact on the interest rate you will receive, in fact I will likely find you a better rate than you have been offered by the big banks. Contact me on (403) 870-2669 for more details.

Q. How much money can I save using the Canadian Home Renovation Program?
A. This program works best for those who don’t have extra money saved to renovate their new home, but have a need or desire to complete the renovations shortly after purchase. If you
review the cost of using personal lines of credit, credit cards or a loan and compare that to rolling all the costs of the renovation into your mortgage, you will see quickly that for most
Canadians the real option is to either use the mortgage to pay for the renovations, or not do them at all.

Contact Me Now

For more information on how the Canadian Home Renovation Program works, call me now at (403) 870-2669.

P.S. I have properties available right now, which qualify for financing under the Canadian Home Renovation Program Home. You don’t have to wait forever for your dream home and I can help make your renovations stress-free. So you can have your perfect home sooner than you think!