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Pre-construction real estate risk and rewards
Wednesday, August 14, 2019
Recently, I sat down with Daniel Char, a mortgage broker who helps real estate buyers obtain mortgage financing. We talked about a lot of things affecting home buyers, including some risks and rewards of buying pre-construction homes. The Reward: When buying a pre-construction home, you’re typically required to put down a deposit of around 20% […]

New first time home buyer incentive
Sunday, July 28, 2019
Earlier this year, Trudeau’s federal budget for 2019 outlined a new incentive to help first time homebuyers buy their first home that he called a “shared equity mortgage”. It’s effectively an interest free loan from the federal government for eligible homebuyers. More details have since been released, and it’s looking like it’ll be an exciting […]

Supplementary tax bill for new house or condo
Friday, April 4, 2014
A new house or condo can be very exciting. If you’re a first time homebuyer as well, that’s doubly exciting. But as an owner of a new house or condo, there are also special challenges as well. One of the things that an owner of a new house or condo must plan and budget for […]

Buying a home in Canada from a non-resident seller
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Many people own more than one piece of real estate.  Perhaps it’s a cottage, or a condo that was rented out for investment purposes.  In some cases, the owner may not even live in Canada anymore. If you’re buying a home (or any real estate) in Canada from a seller who normally does not live […]

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