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Money 101: Settling the (credit) score

Money 101: Settling the (credit) score

What is a credit score? And why does it matter?
Does it really take a million documents to buy a home?

Does it really take a million documents to buy a home?

In short: yes. But this listicle will keep you organized.
It's so shiny: 5 advantages of new-build homes

It's so shiny: 5 advantages of new-build homes

If things go sideways in the first year or two, lean on that builder warranty.
Pre-approval: nailing that first impression and landing your dreamy new home

Pre-approval: nailing that first impression and landing your dreamy new home

Mortgage pre-approvals are generally valid for up to 120 days at a specific interest rate, unless circumstances change.
B.C. property with two tiny homes listed below $300,000

B.C. property with two tiny homes listed below $300,000

There seems to be no catch aside from the fact that it's not near the city
Now is a great time to buy (don't let interest rates tell you otherwise)

Now is a great time to buy (don't let interest rates tell you otherwise)

Houses are not for sale right now, they are on sale.
Meeting dates set on major redevelopment plan in Ladner Village

Meeting dates set on major redevelopment plan in Ladner Village

Residents are encouraged to attend the upcoming meetings to provide feedback on aspects of the proposal including its design
The terms and conditions of the foreign buyers tax

The terms and conditions of the foreign buyers tax

The door is still open (a crack) for foreign buyers in B.C. and Ontario, but come January 2023 that door may well shut with a bang as a (temporary) ban on foreign buyers is implemented.
Commercial real estate sales fall 46 per cent across Lower Mainland

Commercial real estate sales fall 46 per cent across Lower Mainland

Total Q3 spend down $1.3 billion from a year earlier as multi-family leads with an 86 per cent plunge year-over-year
Rate holds: are they worth the hype?

Rate holds: are they worth the hype?

Rate holds have become highly rated in the bumpy landscape of mortgage interest rates and homeseeking. But is a fixed-rate option the best bet today? And what if variable-rate turns out to be the best choice for tomorrow?
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