Let’s face it. Buying your first home is kind of a big deal. But before you start dreaming of ripping up carpets and picking out paint swatches, the first thing you need to consider is how you’re going to come up with the dreaded down payment (ie. the amount of hard cash you need [...]
What if there was a simple formula to make investing in your future doable today? Investing does not need to be such a daunting task. Stick with us and we’ll show you how you can leverage the equity in your home to generate more wealth in the long run.
In today’s hot real estate market you need to ensure you have all of your finances ready to go so that you don’t get sidelined when that perfect property comes along. One thing that we can’t forget to budget for are closing costs. We break down everything you need to know.
Real estate in January is historically slow, with the addition of the fair housing plan, changes to the mortgage qualification rules and increased borrowing cost it’s no wonder we saw prices fall by 4.1% year-over-year. Experts predict though if you’re thinking buying now is the time!!
When you’re a kid, the big dilemma you face is whether to spend your allowance on candy or ice cream. All of a sudden when you're forced to ‘adult’ it shifts to: do I continue to rent or do I buy? We’ve got the two biggest factors to consider when purchasing your first home and we’ve even broken down the math for you.
Yesterday was better than today, but today is better than tomorrow because the longer you wait, the less your actual money is worth in the Toronto real estate market.
2017 was a volatile year for Toronto real estate but nonetheless, Q4 finished out strong with condo prices up 14.4% year-over-year.
Help pay for your child’s tuition while providing a roof over their head with the right real estate investment in the Toronto pre-construction condo market.
Investing isn’t a one size fits all strategy. Understand your goals, know what questions to ask and choose a strategy that fits within your means. We discuss your options in our latest post.
There are many reasons why people choose to invest in real estate but can you really expect a cash flow positive property in the current Toronto market?