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May 28, 2020
Covid 19 Payroll Subsidy Info
For employers, we are getting more detail on the payroll subsidy:
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Rob Campbell - RE/MAX Real Estate (Central) : Blog : Latest Blog Posts

May 28, 2020
Here Is A New Listing That I Just Posted At Rural Rocky View MD, Rural Rocky View County


Here is a new listing that I am happy to post at Rural Rocky View MD, Rural Rocky View County.
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Here Is A New Listing That I Just Posted At 108 8400 Blackfoot TR SW in Calgary


Here is a new listing that I am happy to post at 108 8400 Blackfoot TR SW in Calgary.
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Here Is A New Listing That I Just Posted At 64 7930 Bowness RD NW in Calgary


Here is a new listing that I am happy to post at 64 7930 Bowness RD NW in Calgary.
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Here Is A New Listing That I Just Posted At 5019 1 ST NW in Calgary


Here is a new listing that I am happy to post at 5019 1 ST NW in Calgary.
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Here Is A New Listing That I Just Posted At 2732 BRENTWOOD BV NW in Calgary


Here is a new listing that I am happy to post at 2732 BRENTWOOD BV NW in Calgary.

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Financing

There are a number of options available for individuals looking to purchase a business. The biggest factor that people have to overcome is the amount of cash they have available to them for a down payment. This can be acquired from savings, RRSP's or home equity line of credit (heloc), just to name a few.


Most of the Major chartered banks have a program for small business lending. These programs go by different names depending on the bank. When you are speaking with the bank of your choice, make sure that you are dealing with the Commercial or Business Lending department of the branch. Even though you may have a relationship with the banker who did your mortgage, most of them don’t have the authority to do business lending or the specific knowledge of the types of lending products you will require.


We have some bankers who we have dealt with in the past and we would be happy to recommend someone to you. If you would like to take a few minutes to review some of the links below, you will find some interesting information on financing and the requirements for submitting a successful application.


Here is a list of Resource Links for lending;


SERVUS Credit Union - Small Business Lending & Resources

www.servus.ca

 

Government of Canada - Business grants and financing

www.fin.gc.ca

 

BDC – Buy a business
www.bdc.ca

 

Royal Bank – Starting a Business
www.rbcroyalbank.com

 

TD Canada Trust – Small Business Loan (SBL)
www.tdcanadatrust.com

 

Scotiabank – Business Loans
www.scotiabank.com

 

CIBC – Business Loans and Lines of Credit
www.cibc.com

 

BMO Bank of Montreal – Business Loans
www.bmo.com

 

ATB Financial – Small Business Financing

www.atb.com



Women's Business Ownership Initiatives

These are options specifically for female entrepreneurs to pursue business ownership. 


The Scotiabank Women Initiative

www.scotiabank.com


Alberta Women Entrepreneurs (AWE)

www.awebusiness.com

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