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This stunning fully furnished family home is located in a highly desirable neighborhood with an abundance of walking, biking trails in the area, as well as scenic areas, coulees, lakes and parks to explore.
This attention to detail house reflects the taste of those accustomed to the best in quality design, finishes and lifestyle.

 

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Moving into a place is exciting—and more space than most of us know what to do with after living in apartment buildings for years.

Your home insurance evolves too. Follow these tips to make sure you’re still covered for everything that you need before you need it, and you’ll be safe and sound in your new crib for as long as you stay there.

Your Home Can’t Stay Vacant for Long

Owning your own place means that you’re responsible for its condition, even when you’re away travelling. That means you need to have someone check on your home every day to keep home insurance valid.

That’s not a big deal for most people, but just keep in mind that you need to have some friends in your corner if you want to get away for more than a weekend—even if

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The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) monthly report for May released earlier this week revealed that national home sales dropped 40% year-over-year (y-o-y), and new listings declined at a similar rate (38%) annually. These findings are likely unsurprising to those following the Canadian housing market closely over the past few months; despite strong market activity earlier in the year, COVID-19 put a damper on sales and listing activity after various public health and safety measures were implemented across the country in March. In reaction to these measures, a number of home buyers and sellers opted to remain on the sidelines until they felt more confident about how the pandemic would impact their home search or sale. 

To assess the

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PRICE REDUCED !!! Here is you chance to be a part of a special adult community in Parkbridge Estates!
This very well kept home is one of the newest in the park built in 2015, it's almost like new, and still has warranty included.

 

OPEN HOUSE with Matthew Cooper

This Saturday June 20 from 1-3pm

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This stunning fully furnished family home is located in a highly desirable neighborhood with an abundance of walking, biking trails in the area, as well as scenic areas, coulees, lakes and parks to explore. 
This attention to detail house reflects the taste of those accustomed to the best in quality design, finishes and lifestyle.

OPEN HOUSE with Charlotte Chartrand

This Saturday June 20 1-3pm

 

 

 

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On Thursday, June 4 2020, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) announced new, tighter mortgage borrowing criteria that will apply to all insurance applications beginning July 1, 2020. CMHC is Canada’s largest mortgage insurer and offers mortgage default insurance to property buyers to ensure lenders are protected in the event that borrowers fail to pay their mortgages. Mortgage default insurance is mandatory for high ratio mortgages, which are mortgages where the down payment is between 5% and 19.99%.  

CMHC cited the impact of COVID on several sectors of the economy and its recent 12 month forecast on home price declines as the key factors in its decision to change its underwriting criteria. According to CMHC President and CEO, Evan

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Buying a home is exciting, even if this isn’t your first rodeo. It’s where your future unfolds for years to come—maybe even decades.

That’s why it’s so important to have all of your ducks in a row when you buy one, and home insurance is a big part of that process. It can cover the costs of repairing your home and replacing your belongings in the event of unexpected damage, and it can also cover legal costs if someone is injured on your property.

Homes are the biggest purchases that most of us will ever make, so you don’t want to leave yourself or your property vulnerable to insurance surprises when you settle into your new home.

Here’s what you need to check before signing on that dotted line.

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