Category Archive for "Buying as a non Canadian."

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Tom Brokaw Explains Canada To Americans

Ryan Coffey

This is from a NBC newscast 2010 during the olympics. It highlights the ongoing relationship between the US and Canada as well as helps explain some of our country’s key points to those south of the 49th parallel. Americans considering…

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The World Wants To Move To Canada

Ryan Coffey

I found an interesting article in the Globe and Mail last week. I was just about to put up the previous post about my website for free connections to Chinese speaking Realtors across Canada, when I came across the article….

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What Sorts Of People And How Many Are Allowed To Move To Canada?

Ryan Coffey

Thanks to my online presence and the fact that I hang out in international/multicultural circles, I get quite a few inquiries from people who are looking to move to canada from other countries. A while back I started a category…

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2008: Year in Review

As 2008 draws to a close so does the first year of this blog. I think that this is a good opportunity for me to point out some of the posts from the year that I think are worth reading…

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Why Choose a Mortgage Broker vs. Bank Specialist?

Ryan Coffey

Here is something from Michael Ledingham at Verico Select Mortgages. He is a local Mortgage Broker who many of my clients have done business with in the past and who has posted items on this blog in the past. Once…

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Attention readers from the U.S. (and other internationals considering buying property in Canada) PART 2

Ryan Coffey

To continue the series on how non-Canadians (particularly Americans) can purchase real estate in Canada, an Immigration Lawyer associate of mine has been kind enough to share his insights on the matter from the perspective of immigration. Joshua Sohn is…

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Attention readers from the U.S. (and other internationals) considering buying property in Canada

Ryan Coffey

Every couple of years there is a lot of talk from people in the U.S. about moving to Canada as an escape from something unsavoury that is going on in their country. For most of them, it is just talk….

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