Fixer-Upper vs. New-Build: Which is Right for You?

I don’t have to tell you how overwhelming an experience it can be when you make a move and look to find your next home. With so much to consider, this analysis of how the purchase of a ‘fixer-upper’ compares with buying new will help you...

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Choosing The Right Realtor

Purchasing a home is one of the biggest investments you’ll ever make in life. For many, home buying marks a significant milestone so it’s important that you do it right from the start.

This is where the work of a realtor comes in. Realtors...

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Home Inspections

A home inspection prior to purchasing a home or condominium can bring peace of mind when you sign the sales contract. Knowing what to expect both inside and out will help you make an informed decision about the value of the home and the future...

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Real Estate Terminology

The one thing about participating in the real estate market that confounds most consumers is the terminology and jargon that must be learned. But, as with any business, in order to be successful as a buyer or seller, it is necessary to become...

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Home Owners Primer

New homeowners often find there’s more to keeping up a house than cutting the grass and clearing snow from the driveway.

Tools

To start with, a new homeowner needs to have on hand a ‘basic tool kit’. A number of basic tools are a must C a metal...

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Choosing the Right Neighborhood

When buying a home, the neighbourhood you select will not only play a pivotal role in your family’s life, but in the resale value of the property.

One person’s ideal neighbourhood however may vary greatly from another’s. But, regardless, there...

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Buying a home of your own

So you’ve decided you want to stop paying rent and buy your first home. You’re not alone. With interest rates at their lowest in decades, many people have discovered that mortgage payments can be significantly lower or at least comparable to the...

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