If it is held as a corporate asset (assuming you'll be living in it) the corporation will be deemed to charge FMV rent, and be taxed on that. There are also personal benefit rules. And you lose the principal residence exemption if you ever choose to sell it.
If this is a second property/rental property or something, then the above is not as relevant.
mjj1978 wrote: ↑Sep 30th, 2015 8:30 pmhi ,
i need an advice, i have my own business so it is in my corporation, in which i am also un employee .
i have already bought a condo and it is under construction in Montreal, and i want to buy a home near Montreal.
is it better to buy it as personal,
or buy it by the corporation. ( maybe i could pay more deposit , and less interest / tax)