What to Do to Keep Your House Following a Separation?
A separation is a difficult time and dealing with shared real estate assets can easily become an added source of tension. Here is our advice.
5 Tips to Reduce Your Heating Bill this Winter
Is the high cost of heating this winter making you break out in a cold sweat? Try these easy yet effective tips!
Kitchen Renos: The Dos and Don’ts of Sticking to a Small Budget
You may believe that it’s nearly impossible to renovate a kitchen without spending an inordinate amount of money. Not so! Read our article to find out what you should and should not do if you have a limited budget!
First-Time Home Buyers: 5 Tips to Help You Save for Your Down Payment
Saving for a down payment can be difficult for first-time home buyers, but it’s far from impossible. Read on for some tips and tricks!
7 Renovations That May Be Worth it for You… But that Won’t Influence how Much Your Home is Worth!
Did you know that not all renovations will increase the value of your property? Read on to find which don’t offer as much bang for your buck!
How to Build a Budget and (Finally) Stick to It
Planning a budget is always an excellent idea, especially if you are a homeowner. Here are some tips for writing your own … and not blowing it!
Cottage Rental: Practical Financial Advice for New Owners
Buying a cottage to rent can be a lucrative investment, especially if you plan your budget effectively.
40km Program : Moving? There Are Some Exceptional Tax Savings for You
These days it's becoming more common that people need to relocate to a another community after getting a new job or being transferred (voluntarily or not) by their current or future employer to a different location.
5 Tips to Save Money During this Confinement Period
Many of us have had to tighten our budgets during these unprecedented times. But this isn’t a reason to panic! There may be several ways to cut back certain non-essential expenses. Here are some ideas.
House Flipping: How to Avoid Breaking the Law
House flipping is a completely legal activity. However, there are some rules you must follow.
How to Quickly Pay Back Your Mortgage?
Even if real estate is considered to be an investment and not a form of debt, it is tempting to want to reimburse your mortgage rapidly.
Homeownership and Common-Law Relationships: Are You Protected?
Marriage may not be right for you, but legal protection sure is! If you should separate from your common-law spouse, do you know what you are legally entitled to?