FREE First Time Home Buyer Seminar

Hosted by Scotiabank & Shannon Villeneuve-Shulman

STOP renting, and START owning today!

Are you sick of making your landlord rich? Do you want to learn how to grow your savings exponentially while maintaining a roof over your head? NOW is the time to start investing in real estate! Interest rates are low and prices are still affordable, don’t wait to unlock your chance at true financial freedom!

Join Shannon Villeneuve-Shulman (Real Estate Agent with EXIT Realty Advisors, Brokerage) and Christopher Beswick (Home Financing Advisor, Scotiabank) as they help guide you through how to avoid the many pitfalls uneducated first time home buyers make!

By the end of this seminar you will know:

  • The truth behind renting vs owning; we show you the math!
  • Get approved for financing NO MATTER YOUR INCOME
  • Securing a low interest rate
  • 5% Down vs. 20% Down and avoiding insurance premiums
  • Find the perfect home suited to YOUR needs on YOUR budget
  • Condos vs detached homes; which is best?
  • How to avoid overpaying for your home
  • How to analyze the market to make the best investment
  • What those contracts REALLY mean and how to get your offer accepted almost every time
  • The team you need to hire to protect yourself in the largest transaction you will make
  • Hidden costs associated with buying your first home
  • What to expect on closing day




We’ll also be raffling off 5 FREE “Night At The Movies” Passes from Cineplex: Admission for 2 + popcorn ($35 value each!)

Snacks and drinks provided.


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The events are comfortably located at The Bank of Nova Scotia in the heart of New Toronto at Lakeshore and Islington.

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