If you were handed $50,000 today, would you choose to move to a new home or renovate your current one?
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 province of Ontario has announced it will introduce new home inspector regulations to better protect home buyers. Here’s what you need to know about hiring an inspector – and spot a few problem areas on your own.
It’s a mortgage evolution – the home buying experience has come a long way over the decades – and continues to change. Here’s what you need to know, plus this week’s top headlines.
The Conservative government has promised a new renovation tax credit should they be re-elected this October. The tax credit sounds great on paper – but will homeowners really save?
Buying real estate is becoming increasingly tougher for the average Canadian. What can first time and repeat buyers do to increase their chances of homeownership? Get the full story and this week’s top housing headlines.
Thinking of selling your home this fall? Now’s the perfect time to make a few improvements, and put your best open-house face forward. Read on for our tips , and check out our Return on Renos infographic,
Canada’s harsh winters make it tough to do home repairs, which means spring renovation projects are in full force once temperatures rise. Here are 4 you should consider doing now.
For many Canadians, affording a second baby – and moving to a home with more space for their growing family – is a big challenge. In Canada’s hottest housing markets, buying a larger home isn’t always possible – but you do have options.
Looking to create your own personal slice of paradise? Backyard renovations can provide the perfect setting for a money-saving staycation – AND will boost the equity of your home, to boot!