TORONTO, Ontario–Developers and realtors from Jamaica are in Canada to advise JNBS’ members and clients about
real estate opportunities in Jamaica.
The housing experts will be participants in Real Estate Week, to be hosted by the JNBS Toronto Representative Office from-November 5-11, says Jerrold J. Johnson, JNBS Interim Chief Representative Officer.
He added that the Real Estate Week will include three JN Mortgage and Real Estate Seminars; and a two-day expo, which will
include workshops throughout the day.
“This event will allow our members and clients in Canada to better access real estate opportunities in Jamaica,” Johnson
said. “Interested persons will be able to take virtual tours of the properties; and hold one-on-one conversations with the
developers and realtors.”
The seminars will provide detailed information about the real estate market in Jamaica, the Canadian Credit Rating
System, as well as advice about financial planning and budgeting.Discussions will cover the rules for acquiring Jamaican
real estate and the process of obtaining a mortgage at Jamaica National.
“We are looking forward to hosting some of Jamaica’s top real estate developers and realtors to answer questions and show how
to make your dreams into reality,” he stated.
The Jamaican Real Estate and Mortgage Seminarwas onTuesday, November 5, at the Hilton Garden Inn, Toronto, at
7 pm. On Wednesday, November 6, the Signature LePage Royal Seminar,at the Royal LePage Signature, North York at 6
pm will take place.
The Jamaica Real Estate and Mortgage Seminar,will be held on Thursday, November 7, at the Travelodge Ottawa Hotel &
Conference Centre, in Ottawa, at 7 pm.
Two JN Real Estate & Investment Expos will be held at the International Center Conference Centre, Mississauga. The first
is on Saturday, November 9, 10 am – 9 pm, followed by a second on Sunday, November 10, 10 am – 6 pm.
Johnson highlighted the presentation to be given by Debra Cummings, CEO of Century 21 Heave-Ho in Jamaica, who will
speak to the state and future of real estate in Jamaica.
“This week will showcase specific and tangible real estate opportunities that exist in the island,” he said.“Canadians will learn
about alternatives for a vacation home, and investment properties that can fit their portfolio.”
Photo courtesy of JNBS.com.