Know and understand the property market in the GTA
We go into detail so that you can get all the answers in one place. We discuss rentals vs buying, what to look out for, what to bring with you from South Afric and lots more! Your local source of information in finding a home in the Toronto area!
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When it comes to buying a new home, the task can feel overwhelming for many; not to mention if you’re an immigrant brand new to Canada and its real estate process. There’s a mountain of paperwork to be done, and you’ll be coordinating them with a number of different people. These people will all play a distinct role in finalizing the rewarding experience of buying a home.
As an immigrant new to Canada, it’s important to locate the right neighbourhood for you by considering factors like proximity to schools, medical care, work, shopping, and many others!
How are houses built in Canada to ensure that your home is warm in the winter and cold in the summer? We look at the structure and insulation of Canadian homes.
Understanding how the hot water is distributed into your home. A practical series looking at property questions that you have about living in Canada.
We answer the question of how does heating and cooling work in homes in Canada; as well as explain what exactly a furnace is.
Being a first time buyer can be tough. One of the best savings available to first time buyers is the land transfer tax credit. It is a one-time savings available to first time buyers across Canada (varying by province and sometimes city).
Achieving your dream of becoming a home owner is difficult but not impossible. How to save for a down payment in a major city.
Having a good credit score is crucial in Canada and can help you in getting a great mortgage rate. What can you do to improve your score?
Do I pack in all my furniture or do I let go of everything? What are the typical house sizes in the GTA? We share thoughts and tips about settling into a new home in the GTA area.
What is a fixed and variable rate mortgage? Understanding the basics of mortgages in Canada.