Learn about a Purchase Plus Improvements Mortgage and how you can add on up to 10% of the purchase price of your home to put towards home renovations at the time of purchase.
Follow a first time home buyer as he moves through the process of securing a home for the first time, from mortgage fears to house hunting to considering a foreclosure to possession day.
Follow the first time home buyer adventure of Braden. In this segment of our 4 part case study you’ll meet our first time home buyer as he embarks on his home buying adventure.
In part 2 of our first time home buyer series featuring first time home buyer Braden, he investigates the prospect of purchasing a foreclosure property.
In part 3 of our first time home buyer series we learn that Braden took a pass on a foreclosure but is ready to make an offer to purchase his first home.
In part 4 of our first time home buyer series we learn that Braden has made a successful offer on a home so it’s time to talk to the real estate lawyer.
The Home Buyer Tax Credit can reduce the amount of income tax you owe, if home ownership became a reality for you last year.
Reverse mortgages are designed specifically for Canadian homeowners who are 55 years old or older and have concerns about their financial position.
The mortgage renewal rate you qualify for varies depending on the mortgage you have. We’ll explain insured, insurable, and uninsured mortgages and the differences and rates available to you at mortgage renewal time.
Insurance required or offered when you get a mortgage can be confusing. In this post, we explain the different kinds.
Chances are you know someone who has cashed in RRSPs to buy a home, but what’s the catch? What do they get charged? In this post, we look at how it works.