Whether homeowners are considering renting for convenience or necessity they should be aware of the basics of becoming an onsite landlord.
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With the real estate market pumping out numbers that are at an all-time low, you may be finding that it's time to start house hunting. Now, before you start hunting for that perfect house, there are a few things that you should know before signing that offer sheet.
The process of finding a new place to call home, and selling your existing house at the same time can be extremely time consuming and emotionally draining, but potentially rewarding.
It must be great to be a landlord in most major Canadian cities these days. Other than the whole putting up with renters thing I mean. Your properties’ value have skyrocketed the last couple of decades, and rental vacancy rates are so low that you have a tremendous amount of leverage as far as finding new clientele.
If you’re planning on selling your home one of the first things you need to think about is curb appeal.
If you’re a first time home buyer you want to make sure you keep these expenses in mind or you could end up over your head.