Think your mortgage will be part of your life for decades to come? It doesn’t have to be. Here are three strategies to shorten your route to mortgage freedom.
Your home is likely the biggest asset you’ll ever own. So how can you protect it in case something were to happen to you? Homeowners have a few options to choose from, like mortgage insurance and mortgage protection with life insurance.
Updates and upgrades can often add thousands of dollars to the value of your home on the resale market. But not all renovations are created equal.
If you’re selling your home, be sure to budget for the added costs involved. That way you’ll be ready when the time comes to close the deal.
Congratulations – your offer was good enough to land you the home you want. Now here’s what you need to do before you get the keys.
Ottawa plans more help for first-time home buyers, a tax break for seniors with lower incomes and money for skills training. Pharmacare? Not yet.
That sparkler on your left hand can carry a lot of financial as well as sentimental value. What would you do if you lost it?
These days, getting hitched and buying a home seem to go hand in hand. But if you want your wedded bliss to last, avoid these 3 classic mistakes.
Whether you’re renting out space for profit or to help cover your mortgage, these tips will help make your experience stress-free.
Careful emotional, legal and financial planning could make co-buying with a friend your ticket to home ownership in today’s pricey real estate market.