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April 2019

Found 4 blog entries for April 2019.

Popular Floor PlansA different floor plan can help homeowners meet their unique objectives. Buyers may have to ask themselves what they hope to accomplish before choosing among popular floor plans when buying a new home. Times have changed and so have the options available to today's home buyer. Learn more about the open floor plan and traditional floor plan to get real value from a future home purchase.

What Is an Open Floor Plan?

One of the most popular floor plans seen in homes is the open floor plan. This layout can serve to improve the flow in a home and make spaces look larger. This is achieved through the elimination of some non-essential partition walls. Two or more different spaces may then be joined together. Since the early 90s, this floor plan has

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4 Things You Should Know About Tiny HomesDownsizing is a great option for many home buyers, but right now some people are taking downsizing to the extreme by building or buying tiny homes. Tiny homes are exactly what they sound like, but in order for a tiny home to truly be tiny, it should fall between 400-600 square feet, though some can be as small as just 160 square feet. They cost anywhere from $10,000-100,000 depending on how it’s made, which can make them sound appealing, but tiny homes come with a lot of risks and variables that need to be accounted for. Here is what every buyer needs to know before investing in a tiny home.

For informational purposes only. Always consult with a licensed real estate professional before proceeding with any real estate transaction.

Tiny Homes

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Considering Buying in an Age-Restricted Community? What Smart Shoppers Need to Know FirstBuying a home in Canada is governed by many anti-discrimination laws and regulations. According to Canadian lawm there cannot be housing discrimination based on a persons age. However, there is an exception for senior housing. Age-restricted communities go by a number of names such as independent living, 55-plus, active adult living and others. In fact, these types of communities are the only exception to fair housing laws that prevent age discrimination. While they aren't necessary designed to ‘discriminate,' these housing communities are often geared towards seniors.

This means they might offer amenities such as game nights, golf courses, pools and other features seniors might enjoy within a quiet place to retire with a relatively low

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Never Do This Before Applying for a MortgageMany Canadians look forward to being in the position to buy a new home. The ability to make renovations on a property and build equity in a home with each mortgage payment are only a few reasons many decide to purchase property. The majority of first-time home buyers cannot afford to buy property without working with a mortgage lender, and there may be mistakes made before applying for a mortgage that reduces the likelihood of approval.

Canadian residents can increase their chances of being approved for home mortgage loan. Learn more about the pitfalls that can undermine mortgage applicants today.

For informational purposes only. Always consult with a licensed mortgage professional before proceeding with any real estate transaction.

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