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HST Real Estate Rebates From CRA Can Often Be Complicated

When it comes to HST real estate rebates from Canada Revenue Agency, things can get quite complicated. In principal, HST rebates are available when purchasing a new home; when doing a major renovation; or when investing in a rental property. With all of the rules and regulations, the rebate process can be complicated for the […]

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Who Is Eligible To Claim a HST Housing Rebate?

Through Canada Revenue Agency, HST housing rebates are available for real estate transactions that include new homes, building materials, and specific home renovations. Important to know, however, is exactly what types of real estate qualify for rebates, and which individuals can apply. To be eligible for a rebate, a property must be newly built, purchased, […]

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How to Understand the Fine Print of HST Home Rebates

A great many homebuyers, including those with plenty of experience, get quickly confused when dealing with HST home rebates. There’s a lot of fine print, and more than enough to understand. The problem, of course, is the risk of missing something, or overlooking an important provision. This could well cost the homebuyer many thousands of […]

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How to Find the Right HST Rebate Professionals

HST real estate rebates are governed by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), and like many of the government agencies, there’s bureaucracy to deal with. For some, this could mean dealing with confusing paperwork, countless phone calls, and plenty of “back-and-forth”. Even with patience, it’s a time consuming process, and can often be a lengthy one. Additionally, CRA […]

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What Landlord Fees are Tax Deductible in Canada

Many people are interested in becoming a landlord but aren’t certain about all the financial logistics involved in managing rental properties. There are a lot of important decisions to consider when you become a landlord. In general, you will want to treat your rental property like a business: buying the right property, screening potential tenants […]

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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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