When it comes to putting your home on the market, there are a number of theories as to how you should come up with a good listing price.
For those of us living in smaller communities like Rockwood, it can be hard to determine how much house prices change year to year.
If you’ve ever read anything about investing in real estate you’ve inevitably come across the term “positive cash flow” but what if a property has “negative cash flow”?
If you are like many people stunned by the rising costs of real estate in urban centres like Toronto you may be pondering a move to the suburbs,
I recently had the chance to sit down with Mike Schreiner, leader of the Green Party of Ontario. He was gracious enough to give me almost 2 hours of his time,
So….. as we foray into 2018, what is the feeling around the Rockwood real estate market?
Will this be the year in which buyers find some advantage?
Purchasing a house is an investment no matter whether it is a home for your family, a cottage for fun or an income property for generating…well…income.
With 2017 turning out to be one of the craziest years the Guelph real estate market has ever seen, it’s time for us to have a look at just what happened in the last quarter of this unforgettable year.
Perhaps the single biggest factor in qualify for a mortgage is your debt ratio. The problem with this is, it’s often not explained very well to those applying.
So I have a little confession to make. There is a teeny tiny piece of me that thought this day would never come.