Buying or Selling your House in Western Newfoundland and Labrador

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8 Reasons to Hire an Agent When Selling Your Home

August 22nd, 2023

Selling your home can be an emotional experience. In fact, RE/MAX research reveals that a real estate transaction is one of life’s top stressors, second only to divorce (ouch!). Under some circumstances, sellers may wish to handle the sale of their home on their own. While an FSBO may have some pros, it also has its cons. With all the

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Buying a New vs. Old Home in Canada

August 17th, 2023

Purchasing a home is one of the most significant investments and decisions many Canadians will make. However, prospective homebuyers are often faced with choosing between a new or old home. By weighing the pros and cons of each option, homebuyers can make an informed decision that best suits their needs and financial situation. Let’s look at the benefits and drawbacks…

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Do Buyers Pay Realtor Fees?

August 16th, 2023

Buying a home can be a complex process involving many fees and expenses. One of the most common questions that homebuyers in Canada have been whether they are responsible for paying realtor fees.

In general, the property seller pays any real estate commission in Canada. This commission is typically split between the seller’s and buyer’s agents. The commission paid…

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How To Buy a New Home in Canada As a First Time Home Buyer

August 14th, 2023

Buying a home is a significant milestone for many Canadians, and as a first-time homebuyer, it can be an exciting yet overwhelming experience. With various steps involved in the home buying process, it’s essential to understand how to navigate through them and take advantage of government programs available to make the process more manageable. Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or…

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What is a Cashback Mortgage?

August 10th, 2023

Cashback mortgages are a type of mortgage that has gained popularity in Canada over the past few years. With a cashback mortgage, borrowers receive a lump sum cash payment from the lender at closing. This cash payment can be used for various purposes, such as covering closing costs or making home improvements.

How a Cashback Mortgage Works


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