9 Inspiring Property Search Options When Moving To A New City

DON’T GET LOST IN THE FRUSTRATIONS OF LOOKING FOR A NEW PLACE TO CALL HOME   Whether you’ve just landed a new job or you’re moving for school or personal reasons it’s important to know where to begin your property search. One of the hardest things about moving to a new city is not knowing the area which can be a struggle when your main goal is to find somewhere to live. I was the person who was frustrated even though I was already living in Canada and the city in which we currently reside. Thankfully I had Mrs. CBB to guide me but that still didn’t ease the stress of making the biggest purchase of our life. Although we weren’t sure if we were going to rent an apartment after moving out from our hole in the ground (the cave) after research and running numbers a property search for a house was our best option. You may be looking to rent a room, apartment, condo or buy a house in a new city so I’ve put together a few inspiring search options to get you started. First and foremost visiting the area you are hoping to move to will […]

Homeowners Price Drop May Cost Other Property Sellers Thousands : The Saturday Weekend Review #129

SELLING A HOUSE CAN BE HIT OR MISS   Property prices in Canada, specifically in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) seem to be going up, not down. That sounds great for homeowners but unless they are downsizing it’s all relative because buying a bigger home comes with a bigger price tag. If you are in the market to buy a family home or even an investment property be ready to shell out big bucks. We live in the GTA and property prices range anywhere from $400,000 to a million plus dollars which for most seem to be reasonable these days. Property prices in 2014 for Toronto according to the Huffington Post and the Real Estate Board for 2014 prove to be some of the highest in Canada with Toronto condos coming in at $663,787, GTA $542,047 and single detached at a million plus unless you get lucky. Many people who work in Toronto simply can’t afford to buy a house as the affordability level is through the roof. Some home buyers opt to buy houses in the GTA which pretty much is Toronto and commute to work like we have chosen to do. It’s not that far  even with traffic […]