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Great tips for #firsttimebuyers
Attention First Time Homebuyers: Knowing the benefits of being a first time buyer is an important part of your home ownership plan. #firsttimehomebuyer #mortgage #realestate #vancouver #fraservalley
Are #interest rates going up?
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Economists expected the drastic decline, which marked the lowest sales level in three years, and anticipate the market will continue to be dampened in the near future as Canadians negotiate the new rules and a January interest rates hike, the third in the past year. ... See more
A flood of buyers and sellers looking to close deals late last year ahead of looming tighter mortgage rules resulted in a 14.5 per cent "payback" drop in home sales between December and January, market watchers said Thursday. ... See more
How will you be celebrating Valentines Day 2018? #ValentinesDay #Vancouver
Before you go signing on the dotted line and renew your mortgage, you may want to check in with us. www.therightrate.ca #TheRightRate #KnowBeforeYouSign #WeUnderstandLending
Hope everyone is having a great day with their families!
Would you pack it all up an go and live in an RV? #Vancouver #Housing #Affordability
The number of people sleeping in vehicles has grown significantly amid affordability issues
Fun adventures for you and your family to enjoy this weekend! #vancouver #familyday #longweekend
Family Day is just around the corner, and Daily Hive has got you covered with fun suggestions for activities and events for all ages! Here are 10 Family Friendly Events to do on Family Day.
Mortgage data from Canada’s five largest banks suggests a rising influence on housing markets by foreign buyers – many of them young people funded by their parents.
In 2016, foreigners held 3.9 per cent of mortgages issued in Vancouver and 2.7 per cent in Toronto, according to the CMHC study