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30 06, 2022

Tips to Help you Achieve Your Homeownership Goals!

By |2022-06-30T15:18:10-04:00June 30th, 2022|Buying a New House, home ownership, Housing Market, Lease-to-own, Mortgages, Qualifying for a Mortgage, rent-to-own|0 Comments

Have you recently been declined for a mortgage because you have credit challenges, carrying some debt or dont have the required down payment? Homeownership could still be a reality with some creative planning and resourcefulness Understanding the qualification process is the key to finding a way to make it work. The mortgage amount a buyer [...]

2 10, 2021

Canadian Renters are Losing $769 More per Month than Homeowners

By |2021-10-02T11:29:32-04:00October 2nd, 2021|Buying a New House, Real Estate, rent-to-own|0 Comments

Canadian homeowners are effectively paying significantly less per month than renters, a new study from Royal Le Page says. The study, which sought out to answer the age old question of “is it better to rent or buy?” analyzed price data from across the country. It found that although homeowners are often paying much more [...]

19 03, 2021

Early Spring Market Expected in Durham Region

By |2021-03-19T17:11:41-04:00March 19th, 2021|Buying a New House|0 Comments

Durham Region experienced a super-charged real estate market in January, which flowed from a booming fourth quarter in 2020. As a result, the area is on track to see an early spring market. In January, what’s typically a quiet month for home buyer activity, the Durham Region — which spans Ajax, Brock, Clarington, Oshawa, Pickering, [...]

30 01, 2017

Why Rent to Own Could Help You Get Into Home Ownership

By |2017-02-16T11:28:15-05:00January 30th, 2017|Buying a New House, Rent to Own Agreement, rent-to-own|0 Comments

Rising prices, shorter amortization and tougher lending rules are making things so much tougher for anyone (not just the first time homebuyers) to get  in to the housing market these days. Forget that life as we know it today includes debts, credit issues, inflation and likely smaller salary increases then we would like to see, it [...]

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