REAL ESTATE INVESTING - REINVENTED
NO ANNUAL FEES
Did you know that even small annual fees can have a huge impact on long term returns? We want you to maximize returns to build financial security and that’s why you’ll never see any fee payable to North72 when you invest through us.
ONE YEAR TERMS
Private mortgages typically carry much shorter terms than an institutional product. This gives you more freedom with your capital. If you’re happy with the strategy, simply roll from one mortgage into the next. We make the process simple.
In our private mortgages, payments are fixed each month. Structuring Investments this way allows you to create predictability. The more accurate financial projections you can make, the more retirement and long term goals seem achievable.
As a lender, your name is on title of the property as security. This gives us the legal right to sell the house on your behalf and get your capital back if payments stop. Our goal is for this to never happen (and it’s extremely rare it does) but having that protection is important.
HOW WE GOT STARTED
Mitch Parker is the founder of North72 Real Capital. He brings over a decade of experience in the real estate and mortgage investing space.
He saw that most clients had underperforming investment portfolios and weren’t satisfied with their “nest egg” needed for retirement. North72 Real Capital sought to educate the public about how to take control of their own financial futures and provide top rated investment opportunities using real estate and mortgages as the platforms to get there.
"I love real estate so much because it allows investors to participate in passive investments that supports both the building and sustainment of long term wealth. Investment attributes such as fixed annual returns and being registered on title allow for more accurate financial projections and greater security. When invested properly, the risk and reward characteristics of real estate can outperform most stocks and mutual funds long term."
Working with North72, you’ll quickly realize we are much more than an average investment firm. The entire team are real estate investors ourselves and our passion and expertise for the topic come out in every conversation we have. Whether it’s a brand new investor or a seasoned veteran transitioning from an active portfolio to a more passive strategy, North72 works alongside clients to match performance expectations, risk tolerance, time horizons and more when making recommendations.
REASONS TO WORK WITH NORTH72
RRSP / TFSA Eligibility
News and Media
North72 Real Capital Founder Mitch Parker sat down with Humble Beginning Entrepreneurs to discuss his view on what it takes to be successful in your own business, what got him started, and advice for anyone looking to start their own company. Link to the full story here.
North72 Capital founder Mitch Parker stopped by CTV Kitchener to chat about the new mortgage rules and how it could affect home buyers. Also, why it creates an opportunity if you’re a real estate investor.
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