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REW is ready to talk money

REW.ca launches new product, introduces REW Money
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REW Money offers a concierge experience to help you discuss your money.

Real Estate Works (REW) is excited to announce a new service that will provide more selection to homeseekers across Canada. Today the company debuted the launch of REW Money, an online mortgage brokerage that offers homeseekers access to over 100 lending and industry partners. REW Money has been created in partnership with DLC Group whose companies have the largest market share of new mortgage business in Canada with $81 billion in funded volume in the last 12 months. 

“Every day at REW we see tens of thousands of people setting out on their own adventure in real estate and one of the first things they ask is related to financing,” said Simon Bray, President of REW. “We wanted to be able to help them early in their journey to better understand mortgages and how it relates to their home search. We now have an in-house team of mortgage experts that can help you get the best mortgage and most importantly can offer real advice about mortgages right at the start of your home search. That’s why it’s called REW Money - we’re here to cut through the confusion and help you talk about money when it really matters.”

The product is Canada’s first integrated home search and mortgage search offering, featuring expert mortgage & credit advice with direct access to an in-house team of professional, accredited mortgage professionals. 

“We are thrilled to be working with REW in their new initiative to combine property search in Canada with the lowest cost mortgage financing,” said Gary Mauris, President and CEO of Dominion Lending Centres. “Finding a new home at the lowest cost has never been easier.” 

REW Money offers a concierge experience to help you discuss your money, find the best mortgage for your personal needs, and get prepared for your home search journey. 

For more information, visit www.rew.ca/mortgages