Pre-Sale Homes - Should You Consider It?


The Real Estate news world is full of interesting comments these days and the one that seems to stand out is pre-sale.


A pre-sale home is a wonderful opportunity for a variety of reasons; such as allowing a buyer real flexibility in terms of giving you some breathing...

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Ready to buy now?

Buy now or wait to see if the rumours are true?

What if?

Your 5% down payment on purchases under 500K was increased to 10%? *

What If? 

You had to qualify at the posted bank rate(currently 4.64%) for your 5-year fixed term, 30-year amortization mortgage at Approx. 2.60% rate.* (This...

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Are you spending all your spare time with online home searches? You may feel ready to move in tomorrow to the home you just found online. To make purchasing a home easier, here are a few steps you could do BEFORE you start your search.


1. Work On Your Credit Score.
Your credit score plays a major part...

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How to Read Strata Documents Properly




There have been too many times where a buyer is unaware of an upcoming levy for a repair or a condition in the bylaws they knew nothing about. As the new owner, you are frustrated that the seller did not inform you of this. Unfortunately, the buyers often come to...

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Canadians buy homes for a variety of reasons. Most Canadian buyers, 44%, felt that buying a home was a good investment.  37% Just thought it was what you do when the time is right.  23% bought so that they could move to a new neighbourhood and 18% bought a home to accommodate their expanding...

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Many homeowners wait until their water heater fails before shopping for a replacement. Because they are in a hurry to have hot water again, they are often unable to take the time to shop for the most energy-efficient unit for their specific needs. This is unfortunate because the cost of purchasing and...

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Mortgage Life Insurance... What is it?

Mortgage Life Insurance is a policy designed to pay off the balance of your mortgage if you pass away.
 

Mortgage lenders offer this insurance to everyone as peace of mind but there is a better option...

The insurance offered by your lender is easy, included...

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You’ve been saving for awhile, weighing your options, looking around casually. Now you’ve finally decided to do it—you’re ready to buy a house. The process of buying a new home can be incredibly exciting, yet stressful, all at once. Where do you start? It is essential you do your...

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The topic for today is… Who’s got the keys? I wanted to chat a little about a couple of things that seniors and their families or any homeowners need to know.


As a Seniors Real Estate Specialist, I get to work with a lot of families helping with the sale of their homes.


By law, in order to...

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There are not many things more exciting than moving into your first home… It is your home!
To make the home buying process as stress free as possible you just need to follow the system…



1) Don’t start your search before you have spoken to your mortgage provider, done a full credit ...

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