Condo Rebates – Recovered over $26,000.00 for a Client!

Condo Rebates, Recovered over $26,000.00 for a Client!

Condo Rebates Canada’s rebate recovery specialist, recovered over $26,000.00 for our Client Mrs. Nan. After cutting through all the red tape, numerous phone calls, and “lost mail” as put by the government. Condo Rebates was able to recapture Mrs. Nan’s rebate totaling over $26,000.00

Mrs. Nan was ecstatic when Mariusz (Mario) from Condo Rebates handed Mrs. Nan her tax free rebate cheque. “Thank you Condo Rebates and Mariusz for your hard work and recovering my rebate cheque in less than a few months.” Condo Rebates would like to thank Mrs. Nan for her comment.

How much is your Tax Free Rebate worth?
Contact a Condo Rebate specialist for a free review.

Condo Rebates – First Time Home Buyers Credit

Condo Rebates – First Time Home Buyer’s Credit

Are you a First Time Home Buyer? Did you know about The First Time Home Buyers Credit (FTHBC)?

First Time Home Buyers Credit (FTHBC)

If you are a first time home buyer (regardless if you purchased a resale property or new construction property) and who closed a purchase after January 27, 2009 may be eligible for a 15% income tax credit for closings costs. Continue reading

Condo Rebates Recovery Program

CONDO REBATES recovery program was created to satisfy a demand from homeowners (purchasers of a new property directly from the builder or through an assignment sale) like you who wish to retrieve all monies legally owed to them under Canadian federal, provincial, and municipal rebate initiatives.

Please note these REBATES are all TAX FREE, these rebate monies are legally owed to you, regardless of the purchasers intent to rent, sell or occupy your unit.

How much is your tax free Rebate Worth?

Contact a CONDO REBATE recovery specialist for a FREE assessment of your file to determine your eligibility and rebate entitlement. Condo Rebates is recovering on average $5000.00 per client in tax free Rebates.

Claim Your Abatement

The Abatement Recovery Program has been created for purchasers whom have purchased a property directly from a Developer or through an Assignment Sale. You will find that in most cases the developer of the land feels they will be excused for many potential mistakes that they consider small or insignificant. This program has been created to protect the investors and the end user against these such mistakes and problems that have been created by the builder. Only those whom have registered for the abatement recovery program will be included in the class action settlement. Click here to see if your building is affected and or post your abatement.

Claim Your Rebate

The Canadian Condominium Rebates recovery program has been developed for those individuals who purchased new residential condominium units directly from the Developer or by way of Assignment, with the purpose of occupying as primary place of residence, or renting to a tenant.

Why did my lawyer not take care of this in the beginning?

Why did my lawyer not take care of this in the beginning?

Your lawyer was instructed by the developer’s lawyer to pay these fees. Though nearly all purchasers have the ability to get rebates, it is much easier to just charge everyone the same fee and let them to figure out how to apply to get it back later.

In defense of your lawyer, we would have no interest in helping to rebate one a few or even anything fewer than 100 clients as it would not justify the expense on the part of the rebate program and the work involved.

We do take special offence to any lawyer that not only does not collect any rebates but also advises to their clients that none exist. The legal profession is one that we trust greatly and when we find out that Lawyers are not educating themselves on the applicable rebates available and suggesting that they do not exist because they don’t wish to be bothered with collecting them, this is wrong.

Claim your Rebate Rebate(s)

Who is eligible for pre-construction Rebates?

A purchaser who entered into a purchase and sale agreement directly with the developer.
A purchaser who purchased a property through an Assignment Sale.
An Assignment is a legal sales transaction whereby the Original Purchaser (the “Assignor”) of a property sells, and thereby transfers, their interest and obligations under the original contract to a new Purchaser (the “Assignee”). This assignment takes place during or before interim occupancy.

Rebate & Credit Registrations

The Canadian Condominium Rebates recovery program has been developed for those individuals who purchased new residential condominium units directly from the Developer or by way of Assignment, with the purpose of occupying as a primary place of residence, or renting to a tenant.

Fee Charged for our service:

We offer a free no obligation consultation to review your documents. We charge a 15% fee for our service on all recaptured rebate monies. If we review your documents and determine you are not eligible for any rebate(s) or we submit your rebate claim and it is denied by the government we DO NOT charge a fee for our time or effort. The fee is only payable once we recover your rebate cheque.

How much does it cost me?

If and ONLY if you are eligible for any rebate(s) we charge a 15% fee for all recaptured amounts. You are only charged the 15% fee once we recover your rebate(s). We contact you to pick up your rebate(s) cheque and ONLY then are you required to pay our 15% fee. Once the fee is paid we release your rebate(s) cheque. We do not charge any fee for our time or efforts if we review your documents and determine you are not eligible for any further rebate(s) or if we submit your rebate and the Government denies your claim.