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Savings for first-time homebuyers

With housing prices rising over the last few years, it’s no wonder that it’s harder for first-time homebuyers to enter the market. Home ownership rates among those between 25 to 35 dropped to 50 per cent from 55 per cent, while the rate of homeowners older than 35 remained the same, according to a recent […]

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5 Online resources to help you buy a home

You want to buy a home, that’s as much as you know. But if you’re a first-time homebuyer, it can be a bit of a headache to figure out where to start. Here are some online resources that can ease you through the process of what will likely be the biggest purchase in your life. […]

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Should you buy a newly built or resale home?

When it’s time to shop for a home, it’s easy to be overwhelmed with the endless amount of decisions you need to make. You can either decide to buy a resale house, townhouse or condo or you could go with a newly constructed version of all of those options. Canada’s housing market has continued to […]

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What to consider when buying a home

For many first-time homebuyers, the prospect of purchasing a home can be one heck of an intimidating process. With years of savings being put on the table, there are some high stakes to ensure that you get the purchase right. Millennials will face a tougher time in the housing market than their parents, according to […]

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Don’t let your emotions interfere in a bidding war

It’s a tough housing market out there for Canadians looking to put down money on their first home or any home really. With the average price of a home climbing to $409,708 in April, which is 7.6 per cent higher than it was this time last year, according to the Canada Real Estate Association, it’s […]

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How much are first-time homebuyers willing to spend?

#187856790 / With prices in Canada’s housing market continuously climbing with no end in sight, it’s a hard market to break into for first-time homebuyers. It’s no wonder that the average budget for a hopeful first-time homeowner has increased to $316,000, which is up $16,000 from the average budget last year, according to BMO’s […]

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Why Turn Your Newly Purchased Property Into a Rental

If you’re buying a new residential property, you essentially have two options on how it can be used. The first option is to occupy the property, either as your own primary residence, cottage, or vacation home. When you choose to make that newly purchased property your primary residence and share that information with the builder, […]

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Why Build a Brand New Home in Ontario

If you’ve found a vacant property or if you own an old home in an area you love, you may be considering building a new home from the ground up on that property. Building and renovation costs can add up quickly, which may delay construction on your dream home. But with the Ontario New Home […]

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