5 Big Mistakes You Need To Avoid When Buying Or Selling A Home

Posted on May 10, 2022

We’ve all made mistakes, but when it comes to real estate, you won’t know until it’s too late. We’ve outlined some common buying and selling mistakes you’ll want to avoid.

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The real estate game is far from simple. Not only are there tons of mistakes and missteps that can be made along the way...

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How to get your finances in order before buying a home

Posted on May 07, 2022

Take these steps to ensure you're truly ready to pay for a mortgage

Many people aspire to be homeowners, but since it’ll likely be the most significant financial decision you’ll ever make, it’ll take careful consideration. You need to ensure you take the proper steps to put yourself in a good position to buy.

Have steady income

Unless you have a ton o...

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Supply is 'the biggest issue affecting housing affordability' in Canada, CMHC finds

Posted on May 07, 2022

New housing starts have struggled to keep up with population growth in some of Canada’s large cities


New housing starts have struggled to keep up with population growth in some of Canada’s large cities, especially Toronto, making affordability a “significant” challenge, according to the Canada Mortgage and...

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Posthaste: Canadian home buying frenzy is showing signs of slowing down

Posted on Mar 23, 2022

Buying intentions shift back to pre-pandemic levels, RBC poll finds
By Victoria Wells

Buying intentions have shifted back to levels last seen in January 2020, RBC's poll found. Photo by Kevin King/Winnipeg Sun/Postmedia Network.

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Mortgage industry urges Ottawa to tackle housing affordability, takes aim at homebuyer incentive

Posted on Mar 21, 2022

Mortgage Professionals Canada recommendations include letting first-time homebuyers get mortgage terms of up to 30 years
 Pedestrians pass in front of houses in Toronto. Photo by Cole Burston/Bloomberg
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A group representing Canada’s mortgage industry said Monday that the federal government has failed to address Canada’s housing affordab...

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Province commissions economic impact study on Calgary-Banff passenger train proposal

Posted on Mar 16, 2022

“It is an economic impact study that was commissioned in December. Further details will be available upon completion of the study,” said Rob Williams, press secretary for Alberta Transportation Minister Rajan Sawhney.

Banff train station. RMO file photo

BANFF – The province of Alberta has hired PricewaterhouseCoopers to do an economic impact study on...

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