By: Maria Napoli

First Time Home Buyer- Land Transfer Tax Savings!!

Tags: toronto, real estate, vaughan, canada, home biyer, first time home buyer

  As of January 1, Ontario’s first-time home buyers are eligible to receive a $4,000 land transfer tax rebate, an increase of $2,000. In cities where the average price of a home is $368,000 or less, the new rebate exempts buyers from paying the tax altogether. Today, Minister of Agriculture, Food & Rural Affairs, Minister of Small Business, and MPP for Peterborough, the Honourable...Read More

Home Staging Tips and Tricks

By: Maria Napoli

Home Staging Tips and Tricks

Tags: Toronto Home Selling YourCommunityREALTY

The following article is from Canadian Real Estate Wealth Magazine.   Preparing any property for sale can be a daunting and often overwhelming task, even for a seasoned investor. Whether you are living in your current investment property or if it has been tenanted for years there are some key staging strategies that can help get your property open house read. 1. Start with a change of m...Read More

By: Maria Napoli

Bank of Canada holds interest rate steady at 0.5%

Tags: Homes In Toronto, Homes in Vaughan, Mortgage, Mortgage Rates, Your Community Realtor, Your Community Realty, Prices, Home Prices, Buying, Selling

The Bank of Canada held its benchmark interest rate steady at 0.5% on Wednesday, but says overly high house prices in some cities and the threat of Brexit are risks to Canada's economy down the line. The bank's rate, known as the target rate for overnight loans, affects the rates that Canadians get offered from retail banks for their savings accounts and mortgages. Eig...Read More

By: Maria Iaconetti

Royal Lepage Your Community

Tags: toronto, real estate, homes, vaughan, 6ix, royal lepage, your community realty, your community realtor

ALL The Reasons to Choose a Royal Lepage Agent, #YourCommunityRealtor  ...Read More

By: Maria Iaconetti

New Mortgage Rules

Tags: Mortgage, Toronto Real Estate, Vaughan Homes, Realtor, Real Estate

In December the federal government changed the mortgage rules for insured mortgages (buyers with less than a 20% down payment) by introducing a tiered down payment system which increases the down payment requirement from 5% to 10% for any portion of a home’s price above $500K. ...Read More

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