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Don't let Bankruptcy stop you from becoming a Homeowner

Our program helps people across Canada buy their own home and regardless of their current or past situation.

Our program is designed to set you up for success and achieve your dreams of complete homeownership, even when the banks say no.

Don't let bankruptcy hold you down

True financial freedom is a concept that very few Canadians are able to afford, but Bankruptcy is an unfortunate term that many Canadians know all too well. Bills piling up, collection agency calls, and everyday needs are no longer affordable. Over the past decade, thousands of Canadians have chosen to file for bankruptcy in hopes to decrease their debt payments.

Unfortunately, with completing the bankruptcy process and making monthly payments, many people believe that due to their unstable financial history, they are no longer qualified to buy a home. With Rent Live Own, anyone can own a home, even with a past bankruptcy.

A simple, guided process

Bankruptcy is a process that can affect your future purchases and a company's trust in you, whether its purchasing a home, renting an apartment or applying for a car loan. Bankruptcy is a process that no one wants to go through, but it can allow you to eliminate debts that you are simply unable to pay.

By working with Rent Live Own, you will be working to achieve your goals of homeownership in an easy and timely manner. The first step is submitting your application to us to review your current situation so we can create a plan unique to your situation to get you into a home and rebuilding credit.

Start your application today

Once your application is received, the Rent Live Own team will work with you every step of the way to get you into a new home. Utilizing our trusted network of real estate agents and dream supporters coupled with their years of expertise, we can get you into a new home fast. Bankruptcy is a part of life that many Canadians face, but it doesn't mean you have to be stuck renting forever.