The interest rate on your mortgage has a big effect on your monthly payment. Naturally, you want to get the lowest rate possible. Since it can take some time to finalize the sale of the home – especially when you’re building a home instead of buying a resale home – it’s normal to worry about what rate you’ll end up with. Will interest rates go up while you’re shopping? If so, will you still be able to afford the home that you want? Read More
Edmonton Real Estate Blog
Sterling Homes Real Estate Blog brings you the latest market news and property listings, as well as tips for buying or selling a home in Edmonton.
The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation announced a tightening of its underwriting criteria on Thursday. In this article, we will cover what these changes will mean to you, the importance of credit when buying a home, how to boost your credit score, and other great tips on how to qualify… Read More
There’s a lot to think about when it comes to buying a new home, but one of the first things you’ll need to figure out is the down payment. You’ll need to come up with this before the home-buying process can begin. Read More
Trying to predict the future of the housing market is never an exact science, and that’s especially true for 2020. Back at the beginning of the year, nobody could have foreseen the arrival of COVID-19 and the huge effect it had (and continues to have) on our economy. Read More
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed life as we know it. Most of us are hunkering down in our homes in an effort to stop the spread of the virus. Read More
Landlords can earn a significant income from rental properties. However, the job also entails many responsibilities and expenses, such as secure insurances, and pay property taxes as well. The Canada Revenue Agency has allowed several deductible expenses that are generally associated with the rental business. It can significantly help landlords in managing their personal tax situations. This article will take you through some tax deductions that are eligible for rental properties that every landlord should know. Read More
The COVID-19 crisis has changed so much of everyday life that it’s hard to believe some things are carrying on as normal. You’re concerned about everything going on in the world around you, but the bills still need to be paid. Read More
Paying monthly mortgage might be a tough task for many individuals. With the prices of real estate, there are instances where people are unable to qualify for mortgage payments, and they are left deprived of buying their dream house. Read More
Real estate investment requires active and professional management to make it more lucrative. After all, your property is a valuable asset and needs to be protected. Therefore, finding the right property manager who is responsible and transparent is essential. Read More
Investing in real estate can be an easy way to earn some passive income. However, there are many aspects of the real estate business that you must consider before diving into the role.
The amount of time you have to dedicate to your properties are dependent on several factors. Read More