Everyone wants their mortgage experience to be simple, straight forward and effortless. But today, with troubled markets around the world, that isn’t always the case. Although the Canadian Economy has continued to perform well in most sectors, Canada has been seeing considerably tighter mortgage regulations being introduced. These changes have left many credit-worthy Canadians with fewer options for financing.
7016514 Canada Inc. operating as Advanced Alternative Lending (or “AAL”) is a sister company of the well known firm, Mortgage Brokers Ottawa / Mortgage Brokers City. Mortgage Brokers Ottawa is one of Canada’s largest mortgage brokerage teams and is proud to offer its clients a wider range of mortgage options than ever before through Advanced Alternative Lending.
While AAL is licensed as a Mortgage Administrator in the Province of Ontario, the corporation has a wide network of mortgage brokerages across Canada that are licensed to serve you in the province where your property resides.
Whatever your mortgage needs, Advanced Alternative Lending can help. We offer mortgage solutions for home purchases, home improvements, debt consolidation, investment financing, funding education, separation, self employed individuals, low credit scores and commercial financing.
At Advanced, we take pride in turning challenging situations into great opportunities and offering a lending hand for Borrowers, Investors and Brokers.
At any time if you have any questions you can reach me at (613) 656-0866. I look forward to hearing from you.
Michael Hapke, AMP
President and CEO
Owner & Principal Broker, Mortgage Brokers City Inc.
President, Advanced Alternative Lending
President, DR & UDP, Advanced Capital Corp.
President, Advanced Mortgage Investment Corporation
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