Home Equity

Discover how to leverage your Mortgages hidden Equity to pay down debt, renovate and make your house cash flow.

Low Interest Rate

Borrowing credit against your assets, such as your home, may provide you with a much lower interest rate.

Convenient Access

You can pay off the loan at any time and use it again without having to re-apply, provide documents, or pay fees.

Borrowing Power

Using your homes equity, get a line of credit up to 75% of your homes value. Your borrowing power increases as your mortgage gets paid down.

Consolidate Debts

Pay off your high interest credit card debt and leverage the flexible payments of the HELOC combined with low interest from the equity of your house to save thousands.

Using Your Home As Your Most Powerful Financial Borrowing Tool

Home Equity is the portion of your home or property you actually own or the proportion that you've actually paid.


Use this hidden equity in your house to help you: further invest in your portfolio, get out of debt, send family to university, home improvements to increase value and boost your RRSP contributions.

The best part is? it's easily accessible to anyone who owns a home and has been paying down their mortgage consistently.

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Dominion Lending Centres Red River Lending Ltd.

1665 Main St
Winnipeg, MB R2V 1Z1

CONTACT ME @ 204-997-5021 OR


Mike Cabral


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