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Welcome to the Buying section. Here you will find articles about how to buy a home, first-time home buyers, the cost of buying a home and much more.
When buying a home, people are often more concerned about the appearance of the home than the major components. As a home buyer, you should be diligent when looking at a home and not easily persuaded by nice decor and … Continue reading →
Are you better off heading straight to your bank or consulting a mortgage broker when it comes to taking out a mortgage? Find out. Continue reading →
UPDATED: SEPTEMBER 6, 2011 In January 2011, Canadian Minister of Finance, Jim Flaherty, announced new mortgage rules for Canadians. The federal government announced that Canadian mortgage insurance rules would become more stringent due to rising household debt in a low-interest … Continue reading →
CMHC, Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation, has designed a worksheet to help buyers compare 3 different houses. Continue reading →