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NO extension on Municipal Land Transfer Tax
December 1, 2015 -- The Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, Ted McMeekin announced today that the government will not give municipalities outside of Toronto the ability to charge a municipal land transfer tax (MLTT). YOU SAID "NO" AND Read More...
12 Reasons Why You’ll Be Happier in a Smaller House
Easier to maintain. Anyone who has owned a house knows the amount of time, energy, and effort to maintain it. All things being equal, a smaller home requires less of your time, energy, and effort to accomplish that task. Less time spent cleaning. And Read More...
OPEN HOUSE IN MARKHAM
May 11th at 2-4 PM we will be holding at Open House at 11 Harry Blaylock Dr, Markham. Beautiful end unit townhouse with a separate finshed basement apartment , 2nd kitchen , 4th bdrm and a nice side yard in addition to the back yard. Located steps to Read More...
Interest rates will remain low for a while - Scotia bank
The Bank of Nova Scotia has released a new forecast which tells Canadians to expect low interest rates until 2014. In the forecast, Scotiabank economists Dov Zigler and Derek Holt estimate the economy will likely average 1.9 per cent growth this year, Read More...
First-Time Buyer. Grading Local Schools
When thinking of buying a home, most people research various neighborhood amenities, including local schools. Regardless of whether you have children, schools can affect property values and are an important consideration when buying a home. Here are four Read More...
First-Time Buyer. What Goes Into Your Monthly Mortgage Payment
When you’re thinking of buying a home, you may wonder what your mortgage payment will look like. When you have a mortgage, you’ll have several different portions of your payment each month. Your mortgage payment consists of principal, interest, Read More...
First-Time Buyer. All About Down Payments
An important aspect of getting a home loan is saving money for your down payment. You have many choices to make your home more affordable to you. Lenders used to require a down payment of at least 5% and up to 20 percent of the home’s price. These Read More...
First-Time Buyer. Choosing the neighborhood for your home
Buying a home is an investment in the neighborhood as well as the house. In fact, the character and amenities of the neighborhood may be as important to the property value as the house itself. No matter what kind of neighborhood you’re looking for, Read More...
First Time Buyers. How Much Home You Can Afford
First-time buyers are often unsure about the financial aspects of buying a home, and you may have many questions swirling in your head. How much can I afford? Do I need a large down payment? Your home price range will be determined by your income, credit Read More...
First-Time Buyer. Why Buy Instead of Rent
When you’re thinking about buying your first home, it’s essential for you to be confident in your decision to buy instead of rent. However, you may not know about the many great reasons to buy a home! Here are just a few of them: Smart investment Read More...