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Rebate4U sponsors the Yorkville Run

Dig your running shoes out of the closet and lace up your sneakers for the annual B&O Yorkville Run on September 7, 2014. This is the second year in a row that Rebate4U has sponsored the run which supports YWCA Toronto and its Elm Centre and women’s shelters. Last year, more than 1,000 participants ran […]

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How to add a new addition to your home

After weighing the pros and cons of adding a new addition to your home, it’s important that you follow through the appropriate legal channels to avoid running into issues. We like to believe that our homes are our castles and we can do whatever we want to them, but this isn’t the case. It’s important […]

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Should you invest in a new addition to your home?

In the Canadian housing market, it was typical to buy a starter home, then once they were raising a family, they would move into a larger property. But with the rising cost of real estate in Canada with the average cost of a home selling for $388,553 in January 2014, according to the Canadian Real […]

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What housing rebates or credits are available for home renovations?

Did you know that if you substantially renovate your home, you are eligible for a government HST housing rebate? To be eligible, it’s important to understand that substantially renovating your home means that 90 per cent of your property’s interior has changed, which means that your home was essentially gutted. You can also apply if […]

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Do you qualify for an HST home rebate?

It would be great if every homeowner qualified for an HST housing rebate, but that is not the case. The amount homeowners can receive varies from province to province. For example, the maximum provincial rebate in Ontario is $24,000, while in British Columbia, you can receive up to $42,500. On top of that, there’s a […]

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Are you eligible for an HST rebate if you’re an investor?

Many property investors might have the misconception that they’re only eligible for the government’s HST rebate if the property is their principal residence. This isn’t correct. In fact, investors can receive up to $30,000, similar to homeowners who purchase a new condo or house. When buying a home or a condo, your builder will ask […]

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What You Need to Know About the Foreign Buyers Tax Rebate

In Ontario, the Non-Resident Speculation Tax (also referred to as the NRST tax) targets foreign homebuyers. Essentially, this is a foreign buyers tax, with a tax rate of 15% on the purchase or acquisition of a residential property. The property in question must be located in the Golden Horseshoe area of Ontario. What’s important to […]

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Landlord Tax Guide for 2019

If you’re a landlord, property owner, or real estate investor, our Landlord Tax Guide for 2019 will be a valuable guide for your strategic financial planning. With a real estate investment, there’s always some tax to pay – and occasionally, it can be substantial. Legally, you can’t ignore taxes – but there are certainly ways […]

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