Widower Motivated to Make Homeownership a Reality
Kevin is a widower with one adult daughter. He is trying to put the pieces back together after recently losing his wife to cancer. He and his late wife started down the path of homeownership prior to her falling ill because they grew tired of landlords breaking their promises. Kevin promised his wife he’d make homeownership a reality so he and their daughter can have a more stable future. He has saved up a $30,000 down payment and found the perfect house to make a home.
Kevin has been employed long-term and has stable employment. He works full-time for Strathcona Paper mill in Napanee, which is owned by an American packaging company. Kevin has been employed with the company since 2017 and earned $84,000 in 2020.
Kevin has low a credit score (564) because he went through a consumer proposal. About two years ago he paid off the consumer proposal and is carrying virtually no debt, which is ideal. During his 4-year RTO term, Kevin will work on re-establishing use of credit cards to boost his credit. He will also be in good hands with a Clover Properties-approved mortgage broker who will help get him get mortgage ready by 2025.
Kevin found a very well-maintained home in Deseronto, a community in the Napane area. The detached house is located in a very good part of town. The property has 3-bedrooms and 1.5 baths. The backyard is secluded and backs on to nature. It features an above-ground pool and a brand new deck. The property is located 15 minutes from Napanee where Kevin and his daughter work. It is also 40 minutes from Kingston and just a few minutes south of the 401.
If you can qualify for a $276,000 mortgage (based on a 20% down payment), and would like to earn about $587+ in monthly cashflow to help Kevin Rent to Own, please call or text Rachel at 416-450-1940.