1. Insurance ...View More
The government pendulum has started to swing a little bit back after the extreme measures it took back in 2017 when it slashed the purchasing power of home purchasers by 20%. The stress test has affected almost all mortgage holders including seniors, home purchasers and people renewing their mortgage. Adding ...View More
Spring is rapidly approaching and with the better weather comes a great opportunity to sell your home. The “Spring Market” is when the most homes sell, with the largest mortgage closing dates across Canada being June 30, July 31 and August 28. People want to move at the beginning of summer ...View More
When you are considering doing some renovations with the idea that the new look will increase the value of your home, there are some choices that are better than others. Some of the best return on investment reno's might even surprise you.
During a recent study by JLC Group’s ...View More
April 3, 2019
As of February 22, 2019 the BC government has introduced a few changes to the Agricultural Land Commission (ALC) Act which affect the size and number of dwellings allowed on a parcel of land in ...View More
Buying a house can be a stressful, emotional experience. This list of the top ten things to look for when buying a home will come in handy when emotions are running high. Go through the list and verify the condition of each of these items. It's not necessarily a ...View More
Does moving make you nervous?
Does looking a home make you nauseous?
I get it – moving costs a lot. Will your friends still visit? What about the kids? Will it be worth the hassle?
The question you need to ask yourself is why did you start looking to ...View More
There are two basic Property Transfer Tax exemptions that you may be eligible for, and knowing what the price ceilings are may help you decide between house A and house B.
The First Time Home Buyer’s Program was created to help first time home buyers get in to a ...View More