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ComFree Offers a Home Buying Service Mention ComFree to most Canadian homeowners and they’ll probably say, “They help you sell your home without charging a commission, right?” While that’s definitely true (to date, the ComFree network has helped over 215,000 people … Continue reading →
Winter Planning for Spring Renovations Be Ready to Sell this Spring Like many Canadian homeowners, you may be planning to complete a few renovations before putting your house on the spring market. While most of us prefer to hold off on renos until … Continue reading →
Look but don’t touch? Not so much when you’re buying a home! In a recent CTV news segment, our very own Kim Ewchuk, Licensed Sales Representative and General Manager, educated home buyers on what they should be looking for … Continue reading →
In a recent Metro News article, Winnipeg home buyers learned that there’s another side to the services offered by ComFree Commonsense Network – a home-buying side! In the article, entitled “Buy a home and get thousands in cash back,” readers … Continue reading →
Being one of the biggest purchases people will make in their lifetime, it helps to know lessons that others have learned from their home buying experiences. Here are ten of them. Continue reading →
What are the pros and cons of buying a new home before selling your own home? We have the answers. Continue reading →
Here are five questions homebuyers never think to ask when visiting a home for sale. The answers to these questions can make or break your decision to put in an offer on the house. Continue reading →
Let’s face it, buying a home is the biggest purchase you will likely make in your lifetime, so it begs the question; how many homes should you see before buying? Continue reading →
There are few ways to establish a strong credit score and strengthen your purchasing power. It’s essential to know the key ingredients for a strong credit score and how they will impact your home loan. Continue reading →
Chances are, if you plan on buying a home, your down payment will not be of the 100% variety and you will need to have a seriously enviable credit rating if you want to score a mortgage worthy of a … Continue reading →