CMHC, Canada’s largest mortgage insurance company has announced a tighter mortgage borrowing criteria to begin on July 1, 2020.
Buying a house near a school in Toronto seems to be the obvious option for young couples or families with young children. The general consensus says that the positives of living in close proximity to a school outweigh the negatives but overall, it depends on your personal preference. In this article we discuss why there is added value to your home when you are buying close to a school, and other things to consider to narrow down your search.
If you’re looking to save money on your first home, you’re going to want to read this. Learn what first time home buyer tax credit and rebates are available to you.
Before you start your property search, learn from the countless first time buyers before you with these ten common first time home buyer mistakes.
Having your deposit funds ready when you find that dream home is an important part of the home buying journey. Learn the rules around real estate deposits in Ontario.
In Toronto's competitive real estate market, hopeful buyers are no stranger to bidding wars. How does a bidding war work and how can you increase your odds of success?
The Toronto real estate market ended on a strong note. Let's look back at the year in numbers to see how each neighbourhood performed and which neighbourhoods hold promise for 2020.