How To Login

How To Login To Your Investor Account

For those of you who have Registered Self-Directed plan accounts (such as RRSP, TSFA, etc.), the income has been reported to your self-directed plan holder. Reinvested (“DRIP”) income has been issued for more units in the trust, and for those of you receiving cash, the income has been deposited directly into your account. Some people do not understand how your self-directed plan accounting works in relationship to the money that is reported to be in it. The fact is, we report to the Trustee of your Registered Self-Directed Plan, Olympia Trust or Computershare. It is only after they manually enter the new reports we provide, that new income shows up in their statements. We have found in the past, data processing by your Trustee, can lag a month or two behind our account statements, thus, the two statements will not always exactly match at the same time. The amount we show on our books is the exact amount of your investment and you can check this as directed below. If you have any issues or concerns, please do get in touch with us.

You can check your statements in the mortgage trusts online and this is the true amount as of a particular date:

  1. Go to
  2. Hover your mouse over the Tab Investor Logins and select Tri City Group Monthly Income Mortgage Trust 2 or Tri City Mortgage Fund (Trust 1)
  3. Enter User ID– your unique investment number
  4. Enter PIN last 4 digits of your Social Insurance number.  For corporate investors, enter the last 4 digits of your Business Number.

Please note that you will not be able to view your online statement until you have received your first month’s distribution. This will occur on approximately the 21st of the following month from the month when your investment commenced.

Should you have any issues or concerns do not hesitate to get in touch with our Trust Administrator, Janet Crawford CGA, by phone, 604-569-2015 ext. 234, or email her at


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