Jamaicans and Caribbean Nationals in Canada, who are seeking to invest in real estate in Jamaica, are being invited to the JN Bank’s Mortgage Seminar slated for Saturday, February 9 at the Courtyard by Marriott Brampton, starting at 10am.
The forum is part of the Bank’s Mortgage Seminar series, which kicked off in June last year and is scheduled to become a monthly fixture in 2019, with several cities on the agenda, including Edmonton and Montreal.
Persons will be provided with expert advice on buying homes in Jamaica and how to access a JN Bank Mortgage. Additionally, information will be provided on attractive developments and housing solutions currently available in Jamaica, with presentations from several leading Jamaican developers and realtors, including Edgehill Homes.
There will also be presentations on the JN Bank DYM product and the mortgage pre-qualification process. Representatives from subsidiary companies of the JN Group will make presentations on their products and services. An interactive session will also be facilitated to give patrons the opportunity to have their most pertinent questions answered by real estate and JN Bank representatives.
Jerrold Johnson, Chief Representative Officer, JN Canada Representative Office, said the JN Group saw this as an opportune time to reach out to members of the Diaspora who are interested in real estate and investment opportunities in Jamaica.
“The Jamaica National Group has continued to be innovative in providing its members and customers with access to financial products and services to achieve their potential. We have expanded our range of options to finance home and property purchases, and importantly, we have also significantly contracted the time it normally takes to receive mortgage financing,” he said.
Mr Johnson said this is being done under the JN Bank’s Design Your Mortgage (DYM) product, which provides potential mortgagors with eight options for financing depending on their lifestyle and cash flow and the DYM Express, under which the institution has been disbursing loans in 30 business days or less.
Mr Johnson said he looking forward to seeing members of the Diaspora out in their numbers.