A Resale Home refers to any home that has been previously lived in. It could be an original Victorian home or a home less than a year old that still has Tarion Warranty Coverage. First and foremost, take a moment and work through a...

A typical new home purchase likely starts with a visit to the builder’s model home, which in most instances contains upgrades. A great first step is to review the builder’s standard finish selections. Most new home buyers will select upgrades to suit their personal...

A condominium is a form of ownership where you own your unit together with common elements that are owned and managed for the benefit of all owners within the condominium. A condominium can be an apartment suite, townhouse or in some instances vacant land. Here are our...

Found that ideal home in the country? We have some great advice to assist you with your purchase. WELL WATER REVIEW Rural homes are typically serviced by either a drilled or dug/blasted well. A previous well water test may have been completed (well water records...

Buying a home is easy, right? Not really but the following ten tips will definitely help you out. Let's get right into it: #1: COMMUNITY FIRST A good start is to look at your needs outside of the home and look more to the community and lifestyle that...

Answering some real estate questions I received on a prior video on my Facebook Page. Be sure to like my page to get involved in videos just like this.   [vc_video link='https://youtu.be/_DbBJAi4YDU']...

Purchasing a new home can be such a rewarding process. However, there are clearly more considerations to purchasing a new home in comparison to a resale. Here are some helpful tips to assist you:   TIP #1 Standards vs. Upgrades A typical new home purchase likely starts with a visit...

New vs. Resale, which is better? This is a question I get all the time. As you can probably tell, there are a number of new homes being built in Kingston. From townhouses to custom built single family homes, whether east end or west end,...

No one wants surprises on closing so it is advisable to budget ahead. Here’s a brief look at 10 common closing costs when buying a home in Kingston: Down payment: A minimum 5% is required. Deposit: Payable when an offer is accepted and credited towards your purchase price on closing day. Home Inspection: Most...