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Flip it right

Posted by Paul Roussel

Contrary to what HGTV would have you believe, flipping a house is rarely glamorous or fun – at least not until the cheque clears. Paul Roussel provides a primer for flippers-to-be

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What is in the Liberal housing strategy?
Posted by Corben Grant

Are these promises and goals actually going to be put in place? Or will the Liberal government continue to fall short?

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Where have house prices risen the most in Canada?
Posted by Corben Grant

We will also look at some of the areas where house prices have risen the most in the last year in each province.

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Non-Resident Speculation Tax vs. the proposed foreign buyers ban
Posted by Corben Grant

There are quite a few differences between the Non-Resident Speculation Tax and the foreign buyers ban which we'll outline in this article.

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How to invest $500k in real estate
Posted by Corben Grant

$500k is a lot of money to work with, especially if you spend it wisely in something like real estate. Here are options you should consider.

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Do you pay property tax on vacant land in Ontario? More tax questions answered
Posted by Corben Grant

Each municipality in Ontario sets its own property tax rates. There are usually different rates for different property types, including vacant land.

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Canada household debt to GDP ratio, inflation and interest rates: putting it all together
Posted by Corben Grant

Inflation is hardly desirable in the best of times, but our current spike in inflation comes after a year of record highs in another area: household debt.

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What to know before you build a house in Ontario
Posted by Corben Grant

Thinking of building your own home instead of purchasing a resale home? This can be a great option as it allows for complete customization, however, costs can definitely add up.

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What are your options for a vacant land mortgage in Canada?
Posted by Corben Grant

When it comes to buying land, buyers should be aware of the various financing options available so they can make the best choice for them.

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What is the average age of a first-time homebuyer in Canada?
Posted by Corben Grant

The most common age for someone to buy a home for the first time is in their 30s, however, there is no set age for everyone to accomplish this milestone.

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What is a high ratio mortgage?
Posted by Corben Grant

In Canada, a conventional down payment is 20%. When a down payment below 20% is paid, this is considered a high ratio mortgage.

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