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The 13 Deadly Mistakes Most Duproprio sellers Make

Failing to not do their homework before setting a price. Not preparing their home to make the best impression for the buyer Pricing their homes incorrectly They’re emotionally involved Selling too har [more]
by Kenny
Apr 22, 2020

Mortgage rates have come down – and then gone up...

Over the past month, the Bank of Canada has lowered its overnight rate by a whopping 1.5 percentage points to a mere 0.25% to stimulate the economy including real estate. The idea is to keep buyers in [more]
by Kenny
Apr 21, 2020

Coronavirus Will Change the Real Estate World Permanen...

For many people right now, the scale of the coronavirus crisis calls to mind previous crises that reshaped society in lasting ways, from how we travel, to the level of security and surveillance we’re [more]
by Kenny
Apr 15, 2020

How to have less stress when buying a home – tip...

A real estate transaction can be an emotional roller coaster, especially for first-time buyers. A home is not an everyday purchase—you’re buying your future, the place where your kids will grow up and [more]
by Kenny
Apr 15, 2020

How can I cancel my offer on a house due to Covid 19? ...

Hoping this week’s post finds you and your family well. I’ve been asked numerous times this week about whether you can cancel an accepted offer on a home. Here’s some facts to consid [more]
by Kenny
Mar 26, 2020

Is Now a Good or Terrible Time to Sell a Home?

The pandemic is not a one-time event that we’ve weathered, but an ongoing, developing situation. Anxieties abound, not just about catching the virus that causes COVID-19.   “The housing market h [more]
by Kenny
Mar 23, 2020

Is Now a Good or Terrible Time to Buy a Home?

The coronavirus pandemic has sent the stock market tumbling and left Quebecers wondering how to handle basic needs, like getting work done and finding toilet paper.   “We’re at peak uncertainty. The b [more]
by Kenny
Mar 23, 2020

Investment in Canadian apartment buildings on pace to ...

Investors spent a record $8.38-billion purchasing apartment buildings in Canada last year and another $4-billion in the first half of 2019, a sign that higher rents and low vacancy rates are attractin [more]
by Kenny
Nov 05, 2019

Mortgage prepayments vs. investing

There’s no one single approach to financial planning. Your best strategy hinges on your personal balance sheet, employment, risk tolerance and return assumptions. That said, if you want a quick compar [more]
by Kenny
Nov 05, 2019

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