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As your brokerage, we represent YOU our amazing client. Our mission: to review your needs, existing offers, educate you on alternatives and ultimately assist you on selecting the right lender and term to meet your home ownership goals.
Our team works with you to develop a strategy that works for you and we’re not driven by any 1 bank or lenders bottom line. With over 34 lenders in our pocket our only job is to help your hard earned money stay in yours – that’s the Loewen Group Difference.

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Loewen Group Reviews

Jaclyn B
Jaclyn B

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

Throughout the very involved process of buying my first home - James and Kiera worked tirelessly with me to make sure I'd provided every necessary document in a timely manner, for my less than orthodox situation. They were always ready to help and answer questions and were ultimately the smoothest and least stressful part of the entire process. For that, I am very appreciative!

Curtis
Curtis

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

I cannot say enough positive things regarding James and his team. Extremely professional service. Very prompt with communication, very knowledgeable and down to earth. I do not hesitate to recommend Loewen group Mortgages to anyone looking. I was a first time buyer and he just did an outstanding job for me and my family. Thanks again to everyone at Loewen Group. Top shelf across the board.

Remember to bring these important documents with you!

Speed up the approval process and be prepared for the application process. We have put together a list of documents needed from you when applying for financing through the Loewen Group.

Purchase Documents

  • If your down payment is coming from savings, a lender will want statements proving that the funds have been accumulated over at least three month’s time.
  • If your down payment is a gift, provide a statement showing the funds deposited into your account, and get a signed gift letter.
  • If your down payment is coming from the sale of another property, provide a copy of the final sale agreement for that home, as well as its most recent mortgage statement.
  • If you are borrowing from a secured line of credit (LOC), you need a copy of the LOC statement showing the funds being withdrawn.
  • If you’ve put down a deposit on the property, provide a deposit receipt, plus statement(s) showing the deposit funds being withdrawn from your bank account.

Tips

  • Bank or financial statements must always show your name, account number and dates.
  • Gifted down payments must generally be from a parent, sibling or grandparent. Otherwise the money may be considered borrowed funds, which may affect your ability to qualify.
  • Online statement printouts are fine, as long as all info appears on one page, or if multiple pages, the account number appears on every page.
  • Either an online or Realtor copy is fine.
  • If you bought your home on a private listing website (like propertyguys.com), provide that listing instead
  • You’ll need to provide the final purchase agreement signed by all parties, with all conditions waived.

Tips

  • Make sure it’s legible, all dates are entered and all witness lines have signatures.
  • Copy of driver’s license, passport, or other government-issued photo ID (but not a Health card)

Tips

  • All ID text, photos and numbers must be clearly visible
  • If your income is salary or wages, provide:
    1. A recent pay stub showing the pay date, pay amount, your name and the employer’s name
    2. A job letter. Job letters should be on company letterhead and show your start date, position, guaranteed salary/wages, and a human resources contact with phone number.
  • If any of your income comes from a bonus, commissions, overtime, a contract, gratuities or investments, provide the most recent two year’s Notice of Assessments (NOAs) from Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).
  • If you are self-employed, provide:
    • The most recent two year’s NOAs
    • Your business license, articles of incorporation, or GST registration number
  • If you earn rental income, provide a copy of each lease, as well as either:
    • A Canada Revenue Agency T776 Statement of Real Estate Rentals, or
    • Two year’s of T1 generals (personal tax returns), or
    • Two year’s of NOAs
  • If you earn Alimony/Child Support, provide NOAs and the full separation/support agreement.
  • If on maternity/paternity leave, ensure your job letter shows the return date and salary/income upon return.

Tips

  • Self-employed applicants may have to show two years of unaudited accountant-prepared financials, depending on the lender and circumstances.

This cheque is used by the lender to deduct payments from.

Refinance Documents

  • Copy of driver’s license, passport, or other government-issued photo ID (but not a Health card)

Tips

  • All ID text, photos and numbers must be clearly visible
  • If your income is salary or wages, provide:
    1. A recent pay stub showing the pay date, pay amount, your name and the employer’s name
    2. A job letter. Job letters should be on company letterhead and show your start date, position, guaranteed salary/wages, and a human resources contact with phone number.
  • If any of your income comes from a bonus, commissions, overtime, a contract, gratuities or investments, provide the most recent two year’s Notice of Assessments (NOAs) from Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).
  • If you are self-employed, provide:
    • The most recent two year’s NOAs
    • Your business license, articles of incorporation, or GST registration number
  • If you earn rental income, provide a copy of each lease, as well as either:
    • A Canada Revenue Agency T776 Statement of Real Estate Rentals, or
    • Two year’s of T1 generals (personal tax returns), or
    • Two year’s of NOAs
  • If you earn Alimony/Child Support, provide NOAs and the full separation/support agreement.
  • If on maternity/paternity leave, ensure your job letter shows the return date and salary/income upon return.

Tips

  • Self-employed applicants may have to show two years of unaudited accountant-prepared financials, depending on the lender and circumstances.

This cheque is used by the lender to deduct payments from.

Must show your name, property address, balance or original mortgage amount, and monthly payment.

Switching Over Documents

  • Copy of driver’s license, passport, or other government-issued photo ID (but not a Health card)

Tips

  • All ID text, photos and numbers must be clearly visible
  • If your income is salary or wages, provide:
    1. A recent pay stub showing the pay date, pay amount, your name and the employer’s name
    2. A job letter. Job letters should be on company letterhead and show your start date, position, guaranteed salary/wages, and a human resources contact with phone number.
  • If any of your income comes from a bonus, commissions, overtime, a contract, gratuities or investments, provide the most recent two year’s Notice of Assessments (NOAs) from Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).
  • If you are self-employed, provide:
    • The most recent two year’s NOAs
    • Your business license, articles of incorporation, or GST registration number
  • If you earn rental income, provide a copy of each lease, as well as either:
    • A Canada Revenue Agency T776 Statement of Real Estate Rentals, or
    • Two year’s of T1 generals (personal tax returns), or
    • Two year’s of NOAs
  • If you earn Alimony/Child Support, provide NOAs and the full separation/support agreement.
  • If on maternity/paternity leave, ensure your job letter shows the return date and salary/income upon return.

Tips

  • Self-employed applicants may have to show two years of unaudited accountant-prepared financials, depending on the lender and circumstances.

This cheque is used by the lender to deduct payments from.

Must show your name, property address, balance or original mortgage amount, and monthly payment.

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Location

5044 Fairview St,
Burlington, ON
L7L 0B4

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