Legal jargon can be tough to navigate, and making a mistake can be easy, yet costly when buying or selling a home. This is why a real estate lawyer can…
Wondering where to save your home down payment for the best returns? Investing your savings can yield results, but come with plenty of risk. Read on to learn more about your options when savings for a home purchase.
It’s been one year since MoneyWise writer Sean Cooper reached his goal of being mortgage-free by the age of 30. How did he do it? Read on for his secrets and what he would do differently next time.
Bidding wars can make purchasing a home incredibly challenging, especially in Toronto and Vancouver. Read on to learn more about how they work, and how to keep your emotions – and budget – under control.
Millennials are starting to become first-time home buyers, and as of late, there’s been a large focus on how they will impact the real estate market. But with Canadian house prices continuing to rise at an increasingly rapid rate, is owning a home truly a priority anymore?
Buying a home is one of the most exciting yet intimidating things to do. The idea of owning your own place is thrilling, yet the prospect of having a mortgage can terrify even those who are already financial savvy. Read on for our do’s and don’ts when buying a home.
The real estate market is a daunting place to be for the first time, especially in big cities. Skyrocketing home prices and bidding wars make the dream of homeownership seem out of reach for some first-timers – mostly millennials. So, what’s still motivating property virgins to take the home-owning plunge?
Planning some home improvement projects… but don’t know where to start? Check out RateSupermarket.ca’s Renovation Rookie’s Cheat Sheet for value-adding renovation tips.
The liberals have revealed their new economic plan for the next few years – and how they plan to pay for it. Read on for the full story, plus this week’s top headlines.
A new BC budget has been tabled with a new focus on helping homebuyers afford to buy in the province. But will these new measures actually make it easier for prospective buyers? Political opponents say it’s too little, too late. Read on for our break down.