Cris Vilela, B.A.
Cris Vilela, B.A.
Mortgage Agent
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Cris (Cristiano) Vilela

With 14 years of accumulated experience with two of Canada’s biggest banks and a solid education in personal financial planning, Cris is well positioned to guide you on how real estate fits into your overall financial goals.

Since 2000, he has built a personal real estate portfolio of units including single family homes, condos, multiplexes, commercial/residential mix and industrial, and can provide insight gathered first-hand on variety of matters related to any type of real estate.

When not helping clients with their real estate needs, Cris is likely to be found spending time with his wife and three young children, or playing any number of sports recreationally.

He is a member of the Kingston Rental Property Owners Association and the Napanee Rental Property Owners Association, a director of Sustainable Kingston, a trustee with the micro-grant organization Awesome Kingston, and operator of the popular Make It Home Kingston Twitter and Facebook traffic accounts.

See Cris’ interview on Station 14 ‘The Man Behind @YGKTraffic’ »

@ChelsMcD @PierreF10 @bacciogelato I don't begrudge them at all the drive to cover the costs you mention, nor the profit that's made. Families with young kids just aren't a part of that equation, and that's perfectly fine.

@ChelsMcD @PierreF10 @bacciogelato For me, the disconnect is that for virtually the same cost, I can take my kids to Canada's Wonderland for the entire day, vs a game for a few hours. Of course, given the choice they prefer to go to CW. I guess it's just a matter of what demographics they're trying to attract.

@PierreF10 @ChelsMcD @bacciogelato Yeah, it would be almost $200 to take my family to a game. When I think of the other things we could enjoy together for $200, it's hard to justify, unfortunately.

The kids are now going through half a box of cereal and a loaf of bread per day. They are definitely carb-based lifeforms.

@theedflegacy @elamin88 @JohnIbbitson That's fair. I ask because someone like Elamin, with a large (multi) national platform, must get deluged with troll comments. He couldn't possibly engage with every single one, so I'm wondering how he chooses.

Prince William then took the royal family home, muttering curse words at all the other dangerous drivers whizzing by as he drove white-knuckled at 20kph. twitter.com/RoyalFamily/st…

@elamin88 @JohnIbbitson How do you typically handle that, Elamin? Block, mute, ignore, respond?

Oh, *THAT* Miss Universe trip to Russia in 2013! twitter.com/LauraLitvan/st…

@SteveCoville @MIHomeYGK It's the newest of all the local beer stores. Surely they would have accounted for that service..?

@supriyadwivedi So you can't decry the bully for punching and kicking you and then defend yourself by punching and kicking back?

@elamin88 @cselley I would think most people opt for the Trump comparison mostly because it's uncouth to speak ill of the recently deceased.

@lammy9661 Ah, come on. He was just responding to a question about UK PM Theresa May's plan. If we want to criticize someone, we should criticize the reporter who asked the inane question.

@SamSykesSwears What? Isn't there just one Zelda? Or does she have different swords or something?

Between Tim Hortons' questionable HR practices and Starbucks' casual racism, I'm really starting to run out of places to buy terrible coffee.

We've moved over to @MIHomeYGK. Different username, same great local info!