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After a thorough selection process and due diligence, Intellifi has been selected as Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CHMC)’s service provider for the Canada Greener Homes Loan under the Canada Greener Homes Initiative. Intellifi is responsible for the origination and servicing of loans.
The initiative will support up to 175,000 households in making their homes more energy-efficient and helping them save money while creating a greener and cleaner environment for future generations. 
Through interest-free financing, in addition to the Canada Greener Homes Grant, Canadians can complete more costly retrofits that will significantly impact a home’s environmental footprint and energy bills. These retrofits will also help the economy by creating new jobs across the country.
If you’re interested in learning more about the Canada Greener Home Loan, visit or contact

About Intellifi

Intellifi is a subsidiary of CMLS Financial Solutions Inc. Intellifi provides mortgage lenders in Canada with leading Commercial and Residential Software and Services. With over 20 years of experience, we are the top-rated service provider in the industry and the most advanced digital end-to-end experience in the market. We are experienced, innovative, and offer tailored and scalable solutions to our clients. We are Lending Solutions Simplified.

For more information, contact:
Isabele Marques, Marketing Manager - Intellifi Corporation

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