About Diane Bertolin

Diane along with her team have over 120 years of real estate experience between them all from mortgage lending, to land development, construction, and real estate sales. Diane’s knowledge of economics, her fervent enthusiasm to read everything and her overall desire to help people to become financially independent lead her to this point of building her newest business. She joined the Unimor Capital Corporation team in September of 2016. Diane takes pleasure in helping people get the funds they need to get their dream property, but she also tells you when you cannot afford something. Diane strives to get you, your best mortgage or real estate investment.

Tips on Business Financing

By |2021-01-19T11:24:35-05:00November 11th, 2019|Commercial Mortgage|

  When it’s time to grow your business you need options: in other words, you need a mortgage broker in Hamilton, ON. Your competition isn’t going to wait just because you need extra funding; when you need funding, you need it now. Speak with a professional like Diane Bertolin to learn how obtaining financing for your small business can not only help you to scale responsibly and sensibly but the best practices you need to know to get you there. Plan ahead to borrow when the time is just right You may think the time is, [...]

Top Six Things To Have In Your Commercial Mortgage Package

By |2019-02-11T15:27:21-05:00February 11th, 2019|Commercial Property|

When it’s time to secure a commercial mortgage for that property you’ve been eyeing, you want to go into the process on the right foot. Ensuring that your commercial mortgage package features the necessities is of the upmost importance. It very well could mean the difference between securing a commercial mortgage and being left out in the cold; it will also provide you with leverage to refinance if you’re aiming for a lower interest rate. Keep these six things in mind when putting together an effective commercial mortgage package. Net worth statement A net worth [...]

With Chaotic Volatility, Should I Be Worried About My Commercial Property?

By |2019-01-02T14:33:03-05:00December 30th, 2018|Commercial Property|

Do you own your own business and constantly worry about the state of our economy as it stands today? What about in a few years from now? While it seems like there are headlines affecting the performance of markets every single day, the truth is that now isn’t the time to worry. True, markets feel much more volatile lately but this is aligned with long-term, traditional norms (more on that in a moment). Let’s take a closer, quick look at what’s happening, what that means for you, and how you should be reacting. In the [...]

Repositioning Your Commercial Space

By |2018-12-19T10:29:36-05:00December 17th, 2018|Commercial Mortgage|

The next time you find yourself feeling saddened about a commercial property that’s falling apart and has seen better days, consider doing something about it! Repositioning a commercial property is actually more feasible than you might think – and makes a lot of sense. So regardless of whether you have your eye on a commercial property that needs some serious TLC or you want to reposition your current commercial property for a quick sell or just to give yourself some working capital to fund future streams of income, get to know the concept behind repositioning [...]

It’s a Commercial Sellers’ Market

By |2018-07-12T14:20:10-04:00June 6th, 2018|Commercial Mortgage|

Many commercial property owners are wondering when the time will be right to sell their commercial real estate. They have misgivings about the federal government's policy concerning interest rates. In most cases, it takes a professional commercial and industrial real estate professional to answer these questions. It is true that interest rates are currently rising, which signals to most property owners that there will be an increased risk on their parts. But when interest rates are rising, the result is that the cost of mortgage capital increases. However, according to Investopedia, mortgage rates make up only a portion of [...]

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