Starting Fresh: How to Buy a New Home Construction
Personalization, customization, fewer repairs, and less maintenance are just some of the benefits of buying a newly built home. Find out how you can buy a new home construction today!
What could be more exciting than living in a brand new home? The blank slate can be thrilling: living in a place no one has lived before, a home with fresh paint, untouched carpets, and even fresh grass that no one has trodden!
While most of the homes bought and s... read more
Tax Breaks for First Time Home Buyers
What exactly is tax deductible when buying a house for the first time?
Buying a home can sound like an intimidating undertaking if you’ve never done it before. The thought of relocating and the sheer level of financial investment gives many people anxiety. Luckily, the government wants to make the process easier and less scary, with a range of tax breaks for first time home buyers.
To get the most out of your purchase, don’t settle for the standa... read more
7 Things to Do Before Moving into Your New Home
The keys are yours, now what?
Congratulations! You’re a new homeowner. While you may not be able to wait to move in, there are a few things you should consider tackling before hanging those family photos on the walls.
1. Change the locks – For peace of mind, it’s a good idea to change out the locks on your exterior doors to ensure that anyone the previous owners may have given a key to can no longer access the prop... read more
Weighing the Pros and Cons of New Construction Homes and Older Homes
Trying to decide on purchasing a new construction or older home? Read about the Pros and Cons of both and decide which option is best for you.
Whether you are buying a new or old home, there are plenty of things to think about.
Pros and Cons of New Construction Homes and Older Homes
When searching for your home, keep in mind that you are in control of the transaction. You choose your real estate agent, home inspector, mo... read more
What Are Closing Costs?
What Are Closing Costs?
Closing costs are fees paid in connection with the refinance or transfer of ownership in real property. They are paid by either the buyer or the seller on the settlement date.
These fees will always vary. What you pay for one refinance or property transfer will not be the same as another. This is due to the different parties involved, different types and locations of property, the financial capacity of a buyer and many more factors.
The law requires le... read more