Multi-unit commercial & residential Financing 101

In this episode, you will learn about:
  • Difference between commercial and residential financing
  • How to scale your portfolio with multi-family commercial units 
  • Single-family to multifamily conversion in terms of financing
  • Insights and tips investors should know about commercial financing 
  • The benefits to CHMC for investors considering exiting. 
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This week’s podcast guest is Dalia Barsoum, Real Estate Investor & Mortgage Broker. In this episode Dalia teaches us about the ins and outs of multi-family financing. She walks us through the difference between residential and commercial, and how the transition is possible. Dalia also reviews how to scale using multi family financing and conversions. To hear more from Dalia about financing and how to scale your investment portfolio get your tickets for the multi family conference today where she is a guest speaker.
May 14th-15th
Special Discount Code: Streetwise15

Dalia Barsoum is an award-winning mortgage broker and a financial advisor with over 20 years of experience in the banking sector, spanning lending, wealth management strategy, and real estate.

In 2011, she launched Streetwise Mortgages, a boutique brokerage that specializes in servicing real estate investors and self-employed clients across Ontario.

She is the author of Amazon’s Best Seller: Canadian Real Estate Investor Financing: 7 Secrets to Getting All the Money You Want, a public speaker, a regular columnist for the Canadian Real Estate Wealth Magazine and contributes to various media outlets on the topics of Real Estate investing and financing; including Rogers TV, Toronto Money Show, the Toronto Investor Forum, Canadian Mortgage Professional (CMP), CBC as well as various GTA-based investment groups

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This episode has been brought to you in part by;
Jon TenBrinke of Black Jack Contracting Inc
Dalia Barsoum at Streetwise Mortgages
Meghan Chomut meghanchomut

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