First-Time Homebuyer? These Rebates, Credits Can Save You Money Purchasing a house in Canada is tricky at the best of times, but getting into the property market for the first time is especially tough. To help with some of the costs of buying your initial home, there exists a range of programs for eligible first-time homebuyers. It’s a good idea to learn about these programs to avoid leaving money on the table.
TIPS FOR AN EASY MOVE! Let's face it: Unless you're a minimalist, moving is one of the biggest household tasks there is and it can be extremely overwhelming. But if you can get a head start and stay organized, you should make it through this mammoth process unscathed and ready to enjoy your new abode. Here are 21 tips to help you avoid moving day chaos
OPEN HOUSE GUIDE/PRECAUTIONS Framework for Reopening the Province, the big change for home buyers and sellers is the removal of government prohibitions on open houses. Here is some information on new guidelines for stage three OPEN HOUSES.
Time to Downsize? Downsizing to a smaller place or selling the family home can be an emotional experience, especially if you’ve been out of the real estate market for a long time. Much has changed in the real estate world in recent years. There’s no shortage of information on the Internet, but finding the information that relates to you and your circumstances and what it means to you can be a real challenge. The Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO) is here to help.
Keeping Ontario Home Buyers and Sellers Safe As the Government opens the economy and interest in the market increases, OREA publishes guidelines to protect home buyers and sellers
Preparing Your Home for Sale on a BUDGET All homes tend to sell for money after they are prepared properly for the market, and I would not let a small budget for home selling dissuade you. After all, in certain areas such as the bathrooms, many buyers will only spend about two seconds peeking into them before moving on.