Buying a home is expensive, but there are also a number of closing costs. Learn about the hidden and unexpected costs when you buy a house or condo.
Legal jargon can be tough to navigate, and making a mistake can be easy, yet costly when buying or selling a home.
It’s been said that Canadian sellers typically pay between three and seven percent of their home’s selling price to their real estate agent, which is then split with the buyer’s agent – sometimes evenly, sometimes not…
A recent report suggests it might be time to put the “foreign buyer blame game” to rest in Toronto. According to the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB), foreign homebuyers made up less than five per cent of home purchases in the Greater Toronto…
Breaking news: The Ontario government says first-time homebuyers will be eligible for a rebate of up to $4,000 in provincial land-transfer tax as of January 1st. Read on for more on the other changes, all announced in Monday’s fall economic statement.
Using sale-by-owner methods to sell your own home can be an effective way to save thousands on commission, but it’s not for the faint of heart. Here, Amanda shares how her mother successfully marketed and sold her house – and how you can, too.
You may have heard of the Ontario couple looking to sell their home as the prize of an essay contest. While it’s a refreshing take on the housing market, could there be hidden costs for the winner?