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proposed Healthy Homes Renovation Tax Credit in the Province of Ontario
would be a new permanent, refundable Personal Income Tax credit to
assist with the cost of permanent home modifications that improve
accessibility or help a senior be more functional or mobile at home.
credit would be worth up to $1,500 each year, ...
This is a story that is being repeated all over the country. Boomers want to
downsize. This is hardly a surprise. The surprise or even shock is that it is
going to cost them money to live in less space. To some, it is so appalling
that they have decided to stay in their current home.
Boomers own their home in ...
As of Friday August 19, interest rates across Canada have remained stable and the unpredictability of the world markets has both the half full/haft empty folks sitting on the fence.
For the average Canadian homeowner, it is wanting a feel of where mortgage rates are going. Up or down? For some, they may not have enough equity in their home to ...
Competitive pressures ordinarily force providers’ prices to reflect their cost structures.
traditional real estate broker commissions, however, are strangely
unrelated to either the quality of the service rendered or the value
provided. This article analyzes five separate elements of the
Do You Want To Sell Your House In Quinte?? Then Get Serious About It!!!
This blog was written by Malcolm in the Quinte area and I thought I would share this with those in the London area.
Substitute Quinte for London and there you go.
Via Malcolm Johnston, Trenton Real Estate (Century 21 Lanthorn Real Estate LTD., ...
Buying a home and saving money at the same time? Is that a paradox or not? Not when you work with me.
see, I have this belief that most buyers, besides wanting excellent
service, full protection and brutal honesty, want to save as much money
negotiating the best price is one way, but with the average home ...
Daily I am asked how the real estate market is or what interest rates, either variable or fixed are. Interest rates are very easy to find, in newspapers, magazines; they are posted at all bank branches, billboards, TV ads and websites.Now real estate, that is totally different because it depends on whom you talk to, read or listen too. If it is ...