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Don’t be caught off guard by closing costs

You’ve visited dozens of houses and you’ve finally settled on one that you want to put an offer on. It’s a nerve wracking process waiting to see whether the seller accepts your offer and if they do, congratulations you’re now a homeowner! But if there’s one thing you don’t want to be caught unawares is […]

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CMHC tightens mortgage regulations once again

#123140292 / gettyimages.com The Canada Mortgage Housing Corporation recently announced more changes to tighten mortgage lending that will come into effect on May 30. Home buyers looking to purchase a second home will no longer be able to access mortgage insurance, which means you’d need to have a 20 per cent downpayment to purchase the […]

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What green renovations can save you money instantly?

Owning a home is a pricey investment for any homeowner. While HST rebates are one way to get some savings back, if you’ve bought a newly built house or substantially renovated your home, green renovations are a great way to save on housing costs. They can also improve your resale value in the long run. […]

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What is a construction loan?

Whether you already have a piece of land you want to develop or a you are looking to build a custom home, both of these options require a great deal of money. If it’s money you don’t have saved up, banks and private mortgage companies can offer you a construction loan to lend you money […]

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Figure out the cost of knocking down and rebuilding your home

Sometimes the changes you plan for your home are extreme enough that you’re better off gutting your home and rebuilding it. Whether this includes adding a new addition to your home or redesigning the space so you’re able to stay in the neighbourhood, these type of home renovations have a costlier price tag. You’ll need […]

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The HST Rebate in Ontario: Everything You Need To Know

The New Home or New Housing HST Rebate in Ontario was created by the Government of Canada to help homeowners receive a maximum of $24,000 if the HST was paid on the purchase of the land, and $16,080 if it was not, while renovating or building a new home. If you have paid the HST […]

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Is Buying a Condo as an Income Property in Toronto a Good Idea?

With such a dynamic real estate market, many investors are asking themselves whether buying a condo as an income property in Toronto is a good idea. The good news is that real estate investment offers a number of different options. The important thing is to determine which option is right for you.

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