First Time Home Buyer A Few Things You Need to Know - Part 2

First Time Home Buyer? A Few Things You Need to Know - Part 2

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First Time Homebuyers Rebates and Incentives   Ontario Land Transfer Tax Rebate The land on which a condo or freehold home is built is subject to Land Transfer Tax in Ontario. This tax can be significantly high. Here’s the good news for first time home buyers! You ...Read more...
First Time Home Buyer A Few Things You Need to Know - Part 1

First Time Home Buyer? A Few Things You Need to Know - Part 1

If you are a first-time home buyer you may find yourself in an unknown territory. From my experience working with first-time buyers and being in that situation myself at one time, being indecisive is a common trait. It takes time to decide between a condo apartment and townhouse, ...Read more...
Buying New Homes vs. Resale Homes

Buying New Homes vs. Resale Homes

When shopping for your home, you'll discover that most homes on the market are resales. Yet, one out of four home-buyers purchases a new home. Both new homes and resales offer advantages. Before you make a decision, let's . . . Compare These Points!New Homesoffer innovative ...Read more...
Negotiating the price of a house

Negotiating the price of a house

How Do Sellers Come Up with their Price When buying homes, it is imperative that you know the reasons on how the sellers came up with their prices Here are some strategies you should practice when searching for houses.  1. Overpriced Properties  All sellers want to walk ...Read more...
Tips for Real Estate Buyers

Tips for Real Estate Buyers

It's normal to get excited when buying a new home. This could be the biggest purchase in your entire life.  But first things first. Here are some tips for first time  buyers: 1. Save money ahead of time - you need to do this so you could afford the house of your dreams. 2. ...Read more...
How Regent Park is transforming from a dangerous to a vibrant and healthy neighbourhood

How Regent Park is transforming from a dangerous to a vibrant and healthy neighbourhood

Much has been said and written about Regent Park neighbourhood -east of downtown Toronto. That it was a run-down, crime infested area. No business would dare to set up a presence in such a location.   About 13 years ago, the City of Toronto (Toronto Community Housing -TCHC) ...Read more...

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