House Hunting Tips for First-Time Home Buyers

November 16, 2017 Lana Hawkins 0

When hunting for your first home, you need to do more than just shoot in the dark. After all, this is a huge investment, one of the most important decisions we make in life. Therefore, get familiar with the ins and outs of the process and set your priorities straight. Stay focused to steer away from common pitfalls and surprises […]

Toronto Real Estate: Signs of Recovery?

November 14, 2017 Jelani Smith 0

Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) released their monthly Market Watch Report; with 7118 sales reported in October, the market has been showing signs of recovery. There is usually an increase in sales from September to October, as the fall real estate market picks up. This year; sales rebounded almost 12%, which is above the average increase from September to October. […]

What Mobile Payment Options Are Available to Canadians?

November 10, 2017 Ratehub 0

By Ratehub.ca Mobile payments in Canada is still relatively new, but things have started to pick up as of late. According to a recent study from Moneris, a Canadian credit card payment processor, there was a 36% increase in use of contactless payments in Canada compared to last year. The study also found that Canadians are spending more with a […]

Make Fall and Winter Clothes Shopping a Lot Less Expensive

November 8, 2017 Tracey Clayton 0

Fall and winter fashion is truly adorable. You can play with different looks and have the possibility to mix and match different pieces however you see fit. Classy, elegant, mysterious, casual, indie, boho and plenty of other styles are very easy to showcase during these seasons. And, of course, the shops are full of attractive designs and pieces that somehow […]

5 Things to Know About Becoming an Accountant

November 6, 2017 David Webb 0

If you’re looking to join an industry which offers stable labor demand, fair income opportunities, and room for professional growth, accounting is a pretty safe bet. A recently published market research shows the Canadian accounting services market recorded annual growth of as many as 1.8% in 2012-2017 and the growth tendency is expected to persist all through 2022 and beyond, […]

The Best U.S. Cities for First-Time Home Buyers

November 3, 2017 RealEstate.Com 0

It’s no secret that buying a home in America’s biggest cities poses challenges for first-time home buyers. Lack of inventory, coupled with demand, means bidders with large down payments or all-cash offers win out. Prospects look brighter in urban pockets, primarily in the Southeast and Midwest, according to new research from Zillow®. The company’s list of the 10 best markets […]

National Home Sales are Slowing – Should Buyers Make a Move?

October 27, 2017 Zoocasa 0

Fall usually signals an opportunity to make big bucks in real estate – for many prospective buyers, the autumn months are when they make a last-ditch effort before cooler temperatures and holiday spirit effectively put ice on the housing market. It’s the perfect time to make a move on townhomes for sale in Toronto, or condos in Hamilton as both […]

How to Attract the Right Tenants

October 20, 2017 Yopa 0

It can be hard to attract the right tenants to your property, and it’s a careful balancing act between price, longevity and income. In addition, you to make sure that your tenants are creditworthy enough to afford the cost of the tenancy and that all the legal boxes are ticked. Ultimately, you need to find the perfect tenant who keeps […]

5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Moving to A New Home

October 14, 2017 Lana Hawkins 0

A major change, such as a move, is a vital decision that should be the result of long-term planning and careful discussion. Depending on the thought and effort invested, it can solve problems, but it can also add fuel to the fire with expenses, sense of isolation, and other issues. So, it might seem like a good idea, but you […]

Oil: The Technical Perspective

October 1, 2017 Shayan Salesi 0

Ask any trader what their thesis on oil was 2 weeks ago, and they would tell you the markets are headed for new-lows. Ask that same question now, and you’ll get a room full of screaming looneys arguing about whether the breaking of 5 cent resistance band on oil charts is the beginning of the bull market. In all seriousness, […]