Royal LePage grants $24,000 to 1 year mortgage-free contest winners

As part of the 2nd edition of the Royal LePage 1 year mortgage-free contest which ran from February 1 to July 31, 2018, Royal LePage granted a total amount of $24,000 to contest winners, to help reduce mortgage payments for their new property. The amounts were based on the monthly value of the mortgage over 12 months, up to $12,000.

To become eligible for a chance to win, clients of Royal LePage brokers in Quebec had to take out a mortgage loan through a Desjardins mortgage representative or a National Bank mortgage development manager, during the contest period. Twelve finalists were randomly chosen among all eligible candidates for a total of 6 finalists with Desjardins and 6 finalists with National Bank.

Contest winners were randomly chosen among finalists on September 21 through a Facebook Live session. To watch the live draw, click here.

Congratulations to contest winners and good luck in your residential projects!

Desjardins winners:
Caroline Proulx and Youssef Lahlou, Carignan

Left to right: Roseline Joyal-Guillot (Royal LePage head office), Marie-Catherine Jetté (agency owner, Royal LePage Triomphe), Caroline Proulx et Youssef Lahlou (Desjardins winners) et Marie-Josée Bérubé (Desjardins representative)

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National Bank winner:
Andréanne Boucher, St-Jérôme

Left to right: Dominic St-Pierre (Royal LePage head office), Jean-Philippe Truchon (Broker, Royal LePage Humania), Andréanne Boucher (National Bank winner), Marie-Christine Caya-Michaud (National Bank mortgage development manager) and Lise Lechasseur (agency manager, Royal LePage Humania, Sainte-Thérèse)

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