Anyone who owns a house or has been thinking about buying has heard a lot lately about rising interest rates.
Making enough money for a home will never be easy, but luckily the Home Buyers’ Plan (HBP) can help make it at least a little bit easier.
Amortization periods can be one of the most intimidating parts of getting a mortgage due to how long they can last.
The federal government, and in some cases, provincial governments, provide Canadians with tax rebates for some qualified home renovations.
Co-signing essentially means adding a second (or in some cases, third) person to your mortgage contract.
Essentially, this type of insurance helps to protect the lender in case you miss a mortgage payment or violate your mortgage contract. There are a number of criteria you must meet to qualify for this insurance.
By paying a bit extra in the long run, you can access funds now and begin to collect a return on investment. Here's how borrowing money to invest works.
Despite initially being accepted for a mortgage loan, did you know that you can be denied come time for mortgage renewal? Here's what to do if this has happened to you.
Now may be one of the best times to consider making your purchase in the Caribbean as the Canadian real estate market becomes increasingly expensive and competitive.
Even if you have yet to pay off your primary mortgage, you can still qualify for a second one. When you buy a second home, you can also tap into your primary home's equity.
Contrary to what HGTV would have you believe, flipping a house is rarely glamorous or fun – at least not until the cheque clears. Paul Roussel provides a primer for flippers-to-be
Streetwise Mortgages' Dalia Barsoum outlines four financing traps investors should avoid when looking to leverage one of the most reliable strategies in real estate: buy-renovate-refinance-rent
Chad Griffiths explains how billboards can provide investors an additional stream of income that's as reliable as it is passive
This 599-unit condo development will be a great investment opportunity as the condo market makes a comeback.
Investment coaches Keith and Linda Perrin have facilitated dozens of real estate deals for investors looking to crack the US market. Their new training offering provides what many programs frequently ignore: personalized mentoring and the tools for creating a comprehensive business plan
Nam Ratna and his fellow co-founders launched Go Get It Real Estate to help empower real estate investors
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