Mortgage product gives buyers the chance to win

Mortgage product gives buyers the chance to win

Mortgage product gives buyers the chance to win One leading network’s “Purchase Plus Improvement” mortgage product gives clients access to up to $40,000 for home renovations. And as part of the product, one lucky couple took home $5,000 to help renovate their home.

“When I told my clients the good news, they were very excited, but most of all, they were extremely appreciative. This extra $5,000 will go a long way in their renovation project,” Aaron Marsh, of Verico Compass Mortgage Group said in an official release. “It is such a thrill to be part of this fantastic Verico promotion. These clients couldn't be any happier."

The intention of the Purchase Plus Improvement mortgage is to allow homebuyers – especially first-time homebuyers – the chance to not only purchase a home but to renovate it and make it their own.

And homebuyers who use the product to purchase their home each have a one in six chance of taking home the $5,000.

“What a great privilege to be able to brighten someone's day,” Dean Larson, owner of Verico Compass Mortgage Group said.  “In partnership with Verico Canada, we were able to greatly enhance the overall home buying experience for these clients, and I was thrilled that Verico Compass Mortgage Group could be a part of it.”

And the first lucky winners couldn’t be happier.

"We are so very grateful for Aaron's assistance in the whole mortgage process, but winning Verico's renovation contest is icing on the cake,” winner Elaine Bohonos said. “We can't stop sharing this story with everyone we meet ... it’s incredible.”

For their part, members of the Verico network are looking forward to giving out another $5,000 to five other homebuyers.

“Verico Canada is delighted to support Dean and Aaron in helping to create a great experience for their clients,” Sean Widdess, vice president of business development for Verico Canada said. “We look forward to giving away another $25,000 to the 5 next lucky winners.”