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Tue Apr 16, 2013
Russ Douville answered:
Sure it's possible. If you are looking at investment proerty you can buy as many as you can afford, as often as you can afford them. If it's a home you plan to live in there can be additional steps to verify if the new property will be owner occupied. Also, many lenders limit the number of mortgages they will do for one borrower, so you can buy lots of properties, but after the first few you will need to get your loans from different lenders. ... more
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