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WHAT’S THE BEST WAY TO GAUGE WHAT YOU CAN BUY?

Mar 28, 2017
People love to talk about how much a property sold for above the listing price. This is especially common in the me [more]
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OUR TOP 5 TIPS FOR HOMEBUYER’S

Mar 28, 2017
No matter how you cut it or which angle you approach it, Toronto real estate is a seller’s market and has been for [more]
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WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF PURCHASING A NEW-BUILD CONDO IN DOWNTOWN TORONTO?

Jun 29, 2016
There are many advantages, including: Owning a brand new, never lived in unit. Paying today’s price for future value. Having a choice of floor plan. Being able to customize your unit with a greater ch [more]
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WHAT IS A BRA, OR BUYER REPRESENTATION AGREEMENT?

Jun 08, 2016
The Buyer Representation Agreement signifies that, for a designated period of time, the buyer has engaged a specific real estate firm to work exclusively on his or her behalf in securing a property. T [more]
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HOW CAN I BUY PROPERTY IN CANADA AS A NON-RESIDENT?

Mar 17, 2016
Wishing to acquire property in Canada? It’s easier than you think! A non-resident can purchase property as easily as a Canadian resident. The only difference is when it comes to financing. You will be [more]
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WHAT IS LAND TRANSFER TAX?

Feb 29, 2016
When you buy land in Ontario, you must pay provincial land transfer tax on the purchase on closing. Land transfer tax is normally based on a percentage of the sales price. If you buy property in the c [more]
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WHAT IS YOUR ADVICE FOR A FIRST-TIME HOME BUYER?

Jan 18, 2016
When seeking advice from people who do not work in the industry, such as family or friends, their counsel might be biased according to their taste, budget, and neighbourhood. Real estate is a topic th [more]
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WHAT ARE THE FEES ASSOCIATED WITH BUYING A HOUSE?

Jan 15, 2016
Be prepared in advance when buying a house, in terms of knowing the variety of different costs and cash outlays. The largest cash outlay is the down payment, which requires you to put down a portion o [more]
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