Get Your House Ready for Spring - Exterior

By: Ajay Oberoi

Get Your House Ready for Spring - Exterior

Tags: Your House, Ready for Spring, Home Exterior

Spring is about to arrive and the wind of change is all around us. We can feel rebirth and renewal that spring symbolizes.   For home owners spring is the time to perform certain rituals regarding the exterior inspection of their house to detect any damage caused by harsh winter conditions such as snow and storm. Some major areas to look out for include:   Roof and Chimney: It&rsquo...Read More

Thinking of Renting Out Property? Think Insurance

By: Ajay Oberoi

Thinking of Renting Out Property? Think Insurance

Tags: Renting Insurance

Renting your property such as a home, basement or condo on long-term or short-term basis can be a great way to earn income while reducing the financial burden of mortgage. But, with perks come the risks. You must be aware of the risk exposure you face as a landlord so that you can cover yourself appropriately. Lack of the right insurance protection can land you in a financial crisis.   Baseme...Read More

INTERIOR HOME DESIGNING IDEAS - You are A Born Interior Designer

By: Ajay Oberoi

INTERIOR HOME DESIGNING IDEAS - You are A Born Interior Designer

Tags: INTERIOR HOME DESIGNING IDEAS

Home decorating getting popular and hotter than ever before. This is due in large part because design is no longer the exclusive territory of professional designers. The ever-increasing popularity of DIY design projects helped by plenty of resources offered by home improvement retailers, design magazines, blogs, TV shows and online resources has made home décor accessible to busy families o...Read More

HOW NEW MORTGAGE RULES AFFECT YOU IN  2016

By: Ajay Oberoi

HOW NEW MORTGAGE RULES AFFECT YOU IN 2016

Tags: New Mortgage rules

New mortgage rules went into effect Monday, Feb. 15, in Canada but many people may not be fully aware of the impact of the new changes.   Changes: New mortgage rules require 10% down on Canadian homes over $500K. Homes up to $500,000 still requires only a down payment of five per cent. However, for any portion above this threshold you now have to put 10% down payment.  For example, if ...Read More