If you currently own a home, you should look into a home equity line of credit. There are a number of reasons why it would make sense for you to take advantage of this product that most major lenders offer.
Last year, we provided a pretty thorough breakdown of what closing costs consist of when buying a new home in the Greater Toronto Area. Many buyers are unaware of what fees are due upon closing, and guess what? There’s more.
You cut corners and scrimped for years to come up with that down payment – but your saving days are far from over once you’ve achieved homeownership. In fact, you’ll need to take your commitment to socking cash away to a whole other level.
Some people are on vacation, some are staying home and trying to save money. Typically, the housing market heats up in the spring and slows down in the summer. It was the opposite this year, which inspired us to focus on money saving tips!
Summer just started and we’re already on our second heat wave. One thing that happens during the summer is that everyone’s water use goes up. So we’re sharing a few tricks to help you save water at home this summer.
The GTA region is in for a long, hot summer, according to early climatologist forecasts – and given our fair city just endured an unusually cold and lingering winter (an ice storm in April, what gives?) news of rising temps is music to Torontonian ears.