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Ten Things to Consider When Buying Your First Home
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Unfortunately, the purchase price of a home is not inclusive of everything you’ll need to pay. Along with mortgage insurance based on down payments below 20%, there are other costs associated with closing on a home. Follow us for more info.
Cosmetic renovations could be in addition to work that is necessary before moving in, such as painting, updating plumbing/electrical and more. If you’re set on renovations, bring a professional contractor with you when touring a potential home—they will be able to provide advice on costs and the feasibility of your plans.
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If your down payment is less than 20% in Canada you must purchase mortgage loan insurance. This insurance protects the mortgage lender in case you can’t make your payments. Follow us to find out more about payments and monthly costs.
Mortgages can be confusing, even with experts helping you through the process. Take some time to do your own research and understand the potential options. There are three main things to consider when looking into mortgages. Do you know what they are? Follow us to find out more.
Studies have shown that longer commutes can affect your health, socialization, and stress levels. It is important that you’re ready for everything your new commute brings. Take a stroll or drive through your new potential neighbourhood during the day and at night, and see what it’s like. Make sure you check out what kinds of schools, parks, and entertainment options are nearby and that you have access to what’s important in your life.
If you’re thinking about starting a family (or adding to an existing one), make sure you have room to grow. Extra bedrooms, outdoor space, or an additional parking spot are things to consider. Remember that the longer you stay in your home, the less risky of an investment it becomes. Follow us to find out more.