Oriana Financial Group of Canada Ltd.

We Make The Mortgage Process Simple
We Make The Mortgage Process SimpleIt doesn't have to be complicated
Our Lenders
Our Lenders
Providing You With Peace of Mind
Providing You With Peace of MindWorking with you. Working For You
Why Don't You Check Out Your Mortgage Options?
Why Don't You Check Out Your Mortgage Options?It Could Save You Thousands of Dollars
A Great Mortgage
A Great MortgageAnd A Great Deal More

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Todd Farrell
613-635-2921
tfarrell@orianafinancial.com


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Bob Rodrigue
613-717-1505
rrodrigue@orianafinancial.com

CURRENT RATES

  • 1 YEAR 2.29%
  • 3 YEAR 2.29%
  • 5 YEAR 2.49%
  • 10 YEAR 3.84%
  • 5 YR. VAR. P-.50%

 *Special conditions apply. Interest rates are provided for information purposes only and are subject to change without notice.

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Buying a home is one of the most significant investments you can make in life. The question is; what are you going to do to ensure you find the right mortgage for your needs and circumstances? A mortgage broker is the perfect answer.

Everyone has the right to make their own financial decisions, but when you are trying to find a mortgage, going it alone is not always the easiest choice. The mortgage industry is large, complex and highly varied, and it always takes resources and know-how to make the best decisions.

Even if you are educated and experienced with the mortgage market, you might not be aware of every available option and which options are truly going to be of benefit to you and save you the most money.

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5 ways to avoid problems during closing

CREA - May 5th, 2016As we head into the very busy spring and summer real estate markets, here are some tips to remember when you are putting your deal together in the first place, to avoid problems at closing.1. Avoid buying and selling on the same dayClients believe they will save money when they buy and sell on the same day. This is incorrect both in actual costs they are likely to incur but, more importantly, considering the unnecessary risks they are taking. Imagine the buyer who does the ...

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