People have been calling Canadian real estate’s upward trajectory “unsustainable” for almost a decade now. But if a global pandemic, followed by a recession, followed by more pandemic hasn’t been enough to cool the market, it’s fair to wonder when conditions will change enough to give homebuyers some hope in the face of dwindling inventory and high prices.
The key to a successful mortgage experience is carefully considering all your options and buying within your means so that you can sustain your payments. Borrowers unsure of which approach is best can fall back on certain time-tested strategies for ensuring they don’t overextend themselves.
Household injuries are one of the top reasons kids under age 3 visit the emergency room, and nearly 70% of children who die from unintentional injuries at home are 4 years old and under. Younger children have the highest risk of being injured at home because that's where they spend most of their time.
The Canadian real estate market makes an attractive place to invest in because of its geographic location and general stability of the economy. Experts say the secret to successful real estate investing in Canada is research. Get good advice and look for clues in sources such as the new Canadian census data. The pay-off is two-fold: ongoing cash flow and capital appreciation.
People decide to sell for a wide variety of reasons. It could be a work-related move, expansion to make space for new arrivals, or less need for space due to a reduction in the number of family members living at home. Some people just fancy a change every once in a while and others decide to cash in when they think they’ve ridden price rises as far as they can.
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