When buying a home for the first time, it is important that you choose the right location. With a bad location, you may have to move too soon and spend a lot of money to do so. Continue reading
There’s no one “right way” to go about finding a home. But here are a few tips that may make the process a little easier and remove some of the anxiety associated with making what is, for most people, their largest single purchase in life.
If you are looking for a house with lots of character and uniqueness, you may want to consider buying an older home.
Owning an older home would have many benefits, such as a very unique façade, and lush and full landscaping. The interior of the house could have as well features, such as high ceilings, fireplaces, hardwood floors and slanted glass that you really can’t find in newer homes. Continue reading
Builder or Realtor
Often, when buying a new home, you’ll deal with a builder/contractor. If you’re buying a resale home, however, you’ll probably encounter a realtor.
There are various types of properties you can buy in Canada. In each case, you are responsible for making the mortgage payments as well as paying the bills for your specific unit
Once you’ve decided to buy a home, there are a few things you need to organize before you start the process.
When you have decided to purchase a particular house, it is very important for you to have a home inspection conducted, so that you understand what you are getting into. It is something that helps you understand whether it’s the dream that you think it is or a potential nightmare. This is usually done before making an offer as offers are mostly subject to inspection. Continue reading
Once you’ve found a property that you want, you’ll want to make an offer. An offer represents your desire to purchase the property, and the amount that you’re willing to pay for it.