Information for First Time Home and Condo Buyers
From mortgage pre-approvals to the necessary legal services, houses vs. condo to choosing your new neighbourhood. Our first time buyers guide walks you through the process.
There are many factors involved in choosing your first home or condo. We have drawn up a list of potential issues that you need to consider.
When you have decided to buy your first home or condo, the services of a qualified real estate professional are of utmost importance.
First time buyers will increasingly favour condominiums with the rate of condo purchases projected to double among this group in the next three years.
Low interest rates and zero down payment financing options have encouraged first-time home and condo buyers into the market in increasing numbers across the country.
There are two types of costs in buying a home or condo - the initial amount you will need for your purchase and the ongoing costs of paying back your mortgage along with monthly operating costs.
In today's highly competitive market there is a vast array of choices to be made when deciding on the type of dwelling you wish to reside in. Read on for a comparison of the advantages and disadvantages of buying a new home or condo versus resale.
Prior to the actual closing day, there are several things you should do to be certain that your real estate transaction will close on time, and that everything will go smoothly.
There is no escaping the tax man, purchasers in most large Canadian centres can add land transfer taxes to their list of closing costs.
Offers and purchase contracts can be confusing legal documents, so we have compiled this list of major elements of an offer.
Real estate has always been considered a long-term investment. The real question you need to ask yourself is whether you really want to pay rent for the rest of your life?
Buying your first condo or home can be complicated, but we have put together this article to help walk you through the process, step by step.
Anyone who has even a passing interest in the real estate market has seen or heard the term "MLS" But few consumers know exactly what MLS is, or understand the important role it plays in the real estate industry.
It is not easy to be a first time home buyer, the Toronto real estate market can be a confusing and scary place. We hope these articles help you get into your first home with the least amount of stress. If you have any questions, please be sure to email or phone us at 416-388-1960.