At The Good Tenant Factory we specialize in creating workable solutions for people who desire to be home owners and who have been turned away from the usual mortgage providers.

Sometimes life can spring nasty surprises on you – job loss, divorce, death of a loved one – that take a toll on your finances at the very time when you are unable to attend to seemingly trivial matters. Sometimes these events use up your savings and if left unchecked they can have a negative effect on your credit score, something that the bank uses to help them decide whether to give you a mortgage.


We help you determine your price range, along with the size and location of home that meets your family needs. This way you can be certain that you will be able to afford the mortgage, the bills, and the maintenance that every home requires from time to time. With our Rent-to-Own program you will be able to replenish your down payment savings and/or get your credit score back on track in as little as 12 months. That way, when you are ready to sign on the dotted line, the banks will be ready too.

 

 

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E-mail or Call us at:

(705) 826-1133

 

 

 

 

Tip of the Week

Summer fun:

If you are concerned about using up too much water to keep your garden plants alive, then here is perfect solution.

Grab a couple of 5 gallon pails or similar. Drill a small hole in the bottom of each one - 8th inch is fine. Place each pail next to the plant that you want to water. Best to rotate the pail until the hole you drilled is closest to the plant. Fill a bucket with water. Dump the bucket of water into the 5 gallon pail. The water will trickle out fairly slowly, ensuring that the maximum amount of water penetrates the soil, minimizing run off and evaporation. Without a hose running continuaously your water consumption is also tiny. Repeat for each plant, cycling through them as often as you feel necessary. This is especially useful in a new garden with newly planted or fruit bearing shrubs.

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