Hidden Expenses Buyers Often Forget About When Purchasing A House

Posted on Jan 21, 2020

Buying a house is one of the biggest purchases you will make in your lifetime and a lot goes into the planning and finances of purchasing a home, especially if it is your first home. From a down-payment, to repairs & maintenance, to purchasing furniture and appliances, there are hidden expenses that one might not think of when in the home-buying pr...

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Tips for Buying & Selling a Home At The Same Time

Posted on Jan 21, 2020

Buying or selling a home can be daunting, even in the best circumstances. Combining them can mean stress overload unless you are prepared and have a plan B for when things go awry. Here are some tips to consider when buying and selling your home at the same time. Read More   

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Great News! The Bank Of Canada decrease rates in the Stress Test

Posted on Aug 31, 2019

Finally, we have a long-overdue break for people that are in a position to renew their already existing mortgage or people that wish to secure their first mortgage loan. The Bank of Canada has dropped their mortgage qualifying rate from 5.34% down to 5.19%. 

For homeowners and home buyers, this is fantastic news. Though it may seem like a difference...

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What You Need to Know AboutSubject Removal

Posted on Feb 13, 2019

Subject removal is an important process during the real estate transaction that you need to be well versed in to ensure that you are safe and protected when purchasing a home. If you’re looking to learn more about subject removal, this article will go through frequently asked questions to make sure you’re fully prepared to write an offer safely.


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Found Your Perfect Home? Optimize Your Offer

Posted on Feb 11, 2019

You can never be sure your offer on a home will be accepted, but follow these rules for your best chance.

Making the leap from checking out homes to actually making an offer can be nerve-wracking, but it doesn’t have to be – if you have all the pieces in place. Here's what you need to do:

• First, of course, you should be working with a REALTOR® who...

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This Twitter Account Calls Out Illegal Vancouver AirBnB Listings

Posted on Feb 08, 2019

It looks as though there’s a new “snitch” in the Vancouver short-term rental market.Created just days ago, Twitter account @Vistro11 has begun posting and reporting illegal AirBnB rentals directly to the City of Vancouver and Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) Twitter accounts. The account began posting on October 29, and has allegedly already received ov...

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