Cris Vilela, B.A.
Cris Vilela, B.A.
Mortgage Agent
FSCO Lic. M15000377

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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’ »

In which Facebook causes the disease, and then makes threats if news sites don't accept its "cure": commondreams.org/news/2018/08/1…

@brianlilley @Connie4weddings I'd say finding out that under a minimum income program, some people will choose to quit unfulfilling paid jobs in favour of fulfilling unpaid ones is a pretty darn good piece of data to have. Who knows what else we could have learned if it was allowed to proceed to conclusion.

@brianlilley @Connie4weddings Saying this was not what the program was meant for is incorrect. It was a pilot program to see what the effects would be. Whether you/I agree with what people did under the program is immaterial. The data, whatever it would have been, would have been important for future policy.

@HutchesonNicole No, we picked some berries and are making jam.

@Connie4weddings @brianlilley In @brianlilley's world, volunteerism has no value and our worth to society comes from how much we contribute to the share price of the company we work for.

@brianlilley Sounds like he's actually working pretty hard. It's telling that you would favour having him shuffle paper for a bank rather than working to support startup entrepreneurs with his skillsets.

UPDATE: They were in the cutlery and, uh, chair cushions section. This makes perfect sense.

test Twitter Media - UPDATE: They were in the cutlery and, uh, chair cushions section. This makes perfect sense. https://t.co/RWNPdjBtnT

Where in the grocery store is cheesecloth kept? Me: Near the foil, cling wrap, wax paper, freezer bags? Store: Nope. Me: The paper towels and cloth tissues aisle? Store: Not even close. Me: ...The dairy section? Store: Never gonna find it, sucker. You live here now.

@gojeffcho Nice! I'll buy you a slightly-belated birthday beer. #beersignal

This is how our youngest watches TV most of the time. Voluntarily. I don't know.

test Twitter Media - This is how our youngest watches TV most of the time. Voluntarily.
I don't know. https://t.co/rC3Fpsxc8r

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