Do-it-yourself renovations have become undeniably popular. Is this due to economic reasons or have they become a weekend hobby? Diving into projects yourself can be fun, with hammer and saw in hand, but proceed with caution. Renovation specialists advise against DIY...read more
Keeping water away from your home is one of the most important aspects to maintain the building’s integrity and to prolong the lifespan of its many components. More than anything, preventing rainwater from accumulating near the foundation is crucial. Here are some...read more
You are moving! But how will you notify all your contacts and organizations of your new address? By snail mail? By individual emails? MovingWaldo is a service that allows sellers and buyers to update their change of address with all the service providers in...read more
Since its creation, the RénoVert tax credit has been very popular. A budget of approximately $150 million had been planned to cover this eco-friendly home renovation tax credit. The terms and conditions remain the same, that is that 20% of expenses –...read more
Are you moving as a result of a work transfer? There are some exceptional tax savings for you…. People are increasingly having to move either because of new job opportunities or transfers to other locations. If you’re facing a similar situation, you may be thinking...read more
Amongst my colleagues, the words Chinese buyer are pretty common now.
This could just be the tip of the iceberg as analysts speculate that Chinese real estate investments will swell to $220 billion by 2020 from $80 billion in 2015 globally according to Juwai.com.