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Fresh Financial Start to a New Year

Many of us drew a collective sigh of relief when putting 2020 behind us, concentrating on the hope for better days to come in 2021. From a financial perspective, 2020 definitely had its challenges. One of the best ways to benefit from a new year is to look at ways to...

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How Do I Know How Much I Can Spend on a Home?

Determining what you can comfortably afford to spend on a home is important to define well before you head out home shopping. Otherwise, you could waste time looking at homes that stretch you outside your financial comfort zone or, worse yet, are completely beyond...

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Sticking to a Holiday Budget

This holiday season is shaping up to be a lot different than holidays in the past thanks to COVID-19 – and especially the second wave that has seen many areas of the country hit hard with new cases.   While we’re thankful for online shopping so we can still treat...

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How Does Skipping a Mortgage Payment Work?

How Does Skipping a Mortgage Payment Work?   Many lenders provide the option for you to skip a mortgage payment each year to help alleviate those tight financial months where everything seems to come due at once. But this also may be an option to help you push...

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The Mortgage Deferral Program is Over. Now What?

The federal government introduced a six-month Mortgage Deferral Program – which officially wrapped up September 30th – to help Canadians stay in their homes while the job market recovered from COVID-19. With the deferral program coming to an end, stress has mounted...

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Why Do We Pay Property Taxes?

Property taxes are levied to homeowners as a way to help maintain services in your community that ensure your neighbourhood continues to thrive and remain an attractive place to live and work.   Property taxes represent a key source of funding for municipalities...

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