Time to focus on your financial situation If you think homeownership is in your future, it’s never too early to start saving for your down payment. However, even if homeownership isn’t in your near future, establishing good savings habits and creating tangible goals is still incredibly important and can help you stay on track. This […]
you’ll want to secure your finances before finalizing any deals Owning a home is a financial goal for many Canadians, but it can be hard to save up enough money given homes’ current prices. But, using things like the first-time Home Buyer’s Plan (HBP) and your Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) can effectively help you […]
you need to be overly prepared for any type of emergency So, you bought your first home! What an exciting time. I know and remember the feeling quite well. Just six months ago my husband, daughter and I moved into our first ever home that wasn’t a rental and we were extremely elated. The excitement […]
I’ve had to retrain myself to resist the urge to spend From the minute our real estate agent told us that our offer had been accepted, we were thrilled. Nothing made myself or my husband happier than knowing we had finally accomplished our dream of homeownership. After just one month of living in our new place, […]
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