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Second Mortgage Quinte West

About Quinte West

Quinte West is a city, geographically located in but administratively separated from Hastings County, in Southern Ontario, Canada. It is located on the western end of the Bay of Quinte on Lake Ontario. The Lake Ontario terminus of the Trent–Severn Waterway is located in the municipality.

Second Mortgage Quinte West

Do you require a private mortgage and located in Quinte West, ON area? Our mortgage brokerage can connect you to a network of private lenders in Ontario that specialize in hard to place clients.

If the bank said no or you have bad or poor credit we can still help you get a private mortgage in Quinte West, ON .

If you have horrible credit, bankruptcy, mortgage arrears, property taxes owing, power of sale, self employed or on pension or disability…
We can still Help!

Contact us today to speak with your local mortgage professional specializing in private mortgages in the Quinte West, ON area.

We also specialize in providing the following mortgage solutions in Quinte West, ON .

Second Mortgages, Debt Consolidation, Mortgage Refinancing, First Mortgages, Commercial Mortgages, Residential Mortgages, Home Equity Lines of Credit, Commercial Loans, Bad Credit Loans, Mortgage and Tax Arrears.

A private mortgage is a type of mortgage loan whereby funds can be sourced from another person or business rather than borrowing from a bank or other finance provider.

Private mortgages were once commonly put in place by solicitors in rural locations throughout the United Kingdom, where the solicitor put borrowers and lenders together and protected the arrangement by using the borrower’s property as security.

With increases to competition and regulation introduced during the 1980s under UK Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, private mortgages became less commonplace – their prominence has however returned in recent years due to the decline in traditional means of finance.