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It's OK to live a cluttered life (there are many things worse).

I have just emerged from the basement, where I am making a valiant effort to de-clutter.  I almost drowned in a sea of game pieces, puzzle pieces, stuffed animals, dress-up clothes, wooden blocks, trains, dolls, legos, and everything in between. 1,229 more words


The best way to help your child buy a home - The complications and benefits of gifting funds to your son/daughter to buy a condo

Q: I am in the process of helping my daughter buy a condo, here is what we have done so far:

We signed the mortgage with her as primary and me as co-signer,  I will be giving her the down payment and she is going to be living there and she will be the one paying the mortgage and all expenses. 603 more words

No listing? No problem

Source: MoneySense.ca by Romana King 
September 27th, 2016 

No listing? No problem

Here’s what buyers need to know before signing on the dotted line in a private home sale… 1,036 more words

15 home insurance myths to stop believing now

Source: Moneyense.ca – by Julie Cazzin 

Find out what your home insurance does and doesn’t cover

Home insurance can be a tricky topic, and if you’re not reading the fine print, you could be relying on inaccurate myths to inform your coverage decisions. 1,181 more words

What are the Best Mississauga Neighbourhoods to Invest in?

Source: Insauga.com – by Kim Kubath on October 29, 2017

With property values steadily escalating in Mississauga, it makes sense that investors (from all over) are interested in buying up  632 more words

Growing Trend: Buying Real Estate with Family and Friends

Source: Canadian Mortgage Trends – Alan Harder October 23, 2017

While it’s fairly common for those in tight rental markets to have a roommate to help split the rent, an emerging trend is buying real estate with a family member or friend. 623 more words

Ownership: Joint tenancy, tenants in common and more

Source: MoneySense.ca – by Romana King

Consider alternative ownership options when buying a home

As housing affordability recedes in the rearview mirror of Canada’s fast moving real estate market, it’s time to look at different housing ownership options. 559 more words