Canadian lived in US for 9 years buying a house in Canada

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nelsona
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Post by nelsona »

You do realize there are still 5 big banks you can deal with in Canada? Plus other smaller, newer ones?

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OttawaSenators
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Post by OttawaSenators »

Yes. Scotiabank, my own bank, is next on the list. This RBC one was supposedly a referral by a Canadian real estate agent who comes down here to Arizona (on E status I guess) to buy, fix and sell foreclosed properties. I met him here.
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JackyWilly
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Re: Canadian lived in US for 9 years buying a house in Canada

Post by JackyWilly »

Very interesting question. I have a similar situation and I want to find a condo in Toronto.
I'm searching through listings like: https://condoly.ca/listings
Please let me know if you have any other suggestions.
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