This past Monday (September 2, 2019) the federal government’s First-Time Home Buyer Incentive went into effect.
As you start shopping for your first home, you know that you’re making an important decision that requires careful research. It’s smart to start your exploration with a look at some floor plans.
When you know it’s time to begin looking for a new home, the choices available on the market can easily overwhelm you. With so many factors to consider, it can become really difficult to find exactly the right home for your needs, desires, and budget.
Your choice of community plays a big role in your level of happiness when buying your first home. Everyone needs to find a neighbourhood that meets their unique needs. That’s why we’ve always focused on building communities people want to live in.
While renting can have its perks, there’s nothing like the feeling of owning your own home. But how do you know when you’re ready to make the move and buy your first home? Here are just a few signs that it’s time to upgrade your living arrangements.
If you’re looking for your next home in a quiet community just minutes away from Edmonton, look no further than Meadowview. Located in Southeast Leduc, you will have a great variety of home styles available at an affordable price.
You’ve decided to take your first steps into home ownership – congratulations! Buying a home, whether it’s your first or not, is one of the largest investments you will probably ever make. If you feel a little overwhelmed at first, that’s okay!
Here are seven valuable resources for you to use as a first-time home buyer to ensure you receive all the incentives, benefits and help needed in making your purchase a successful one.
While many people are focused on finding a neighbourhood as close to the downtown Edmonton area as possible, some would prefer to get away from the craziness of the city. If this sounds like you, it’s time to check out the community of Ruisseau.
When you buy your home from a reputable builder, you think you’re fairly safe. After all, thousands of people have bought homes before you, and the builder always seems to have the purchase down to an exact science. Most people do go through the buying process without any hiccups and are happy with their decision.
However, you should carefully consider the following mistakes that some people make. If you avoid these things, you’re likely to feel more confident about the entire process.
As we reflect on our rich history this upcoming Canada Day, we see what a truly great country we live in. From coast to coast, Canada is full of diversity, beautiful scenery, and kind-hearted people that are happy to call our nation home.
Since we love homes and we love Canada, we thought we’d celebrate by mentioning all the great reasons to love having a home in the true north, strong and free.