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Flip it right

Posted by Paul Roussel

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

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Why to consider living in Coal Harbour
Posted by Kandace Gallant

This quaint, oceanfront neighbourhood in Vancouver is presenting exciting new real estate opportunities. It’s the perfect mix of residential and business, but that’s not all.

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A look at Canadian mortgage default rates
Posted by Corben Grant

A mortgage default is the result of a mortgage borrower failing to honour the terms of the mortgage agreement, however, the Canadian mortgage delinquency is at an all-time low.

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Tenant rights in Ontario: air conditioning
Posted by Helana Mulder

Here are some quick facts that break down the rules and responsibilities for landlords and tenants involving air conditioning units.

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How to live on the waterfront in Toronto: float homes
Posted by Corben Grant

hese homes offer the conveniences of a condo or home in the city, but with a very unique twist. They are very limited in the city of Toronto.

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Steps to building a cottage in Ontario
Posted by Helana Mulder

If you've been thinking about having your own cozy home custom built up north in Ontario's cottage country, there is a lot you need to consider and keep in mind as you start the building process.

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What are the most expensive cottages in Muskoka?
Posted by Corben Grant

Muskoka is one of the most popular regions in Canada's cottage country, especially for real estate investors looking for an incredible opportunity. Here are some of the most expensive listings.

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What are the hottest real estate markets in Ontario?
Posted by Corben Grant

The two hottest markets in Canada have been cited for a long time as the major cities of Toronto and Vancouver, but there are many other areas that may be more attractive for the wise investor.

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The Home Buyers’ Plan: how to borrow from your RRSP for a mortgage down payment
Posted by Corben Grant

The Home Buyers’ Plan is a program that allows first-time homebuyers to withdraw an amount from their RRSP, tax-free, to put towards buying a home. Here's what to expect.

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Can a foreigner buy a house in Canada?
Posted by Corben Grant

There is no law that prohibits anyone from buying property in Canada, be they citizens, residents, or non-residents. That means that even as a non-resident who lives full-time in another country, you will be able to buy land in Canada.

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How much are closing costs in Toronto?
Posted by Corben Grant

Closing costs essentially include anything that you pay beyond the cost of your home during the purchase. These can include home inspections, land transfer taxes, legal fees, and title insurance.

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