Your mortgage plays a big role in how much you pay for your home over time. This is a serious decision for anyone, and especially if you're budgeting for your first home. It’s important to read the fine print and understand all the little details.
All they really want is a super cool room!
If you missed it, be sure to first read our previous post, Buying Your First Home in Canada: Part 1, to ensure you're financially ready for your next steps!
Open floor plans have been the running trend in modern homes for many years now, and Broadview’s floor plans incorporate this trend into their designs – it's a floor plan feature your busy family needs, after all!
If you’ve been looking into the real estate game for any particular amount of time, you’ve probably heard that spring and summer are the best times to buy a home.
While it’s true these seasons are the busiest times for home sales, they may not be the best times to purchase a home, particularly if you're looking at brand-new homes.
You’ve found a builder you want to work with, and you’re happy with the specifications they offer; you know that your new home will be built with the latest, most high-quality materials.
Bottom line, things are looking sturdy.
But what about any additions outside of your home? Have you put some thought into your yard design?
You know the back-to-school season can be a stressful time as everyone starts to settle into their new routines, but you can make things a lot easier by taking some time to make a few changes in the home.
Think of ways you can make your home more organized. Techniques that allow the kids some independence are particularly effective.
The typical Broadview home takes around 10 months to build from start to finish. That’s the typical timeframe of a new home build that most people use when trying to time their move to a specific date like the start of a new job or the beginning of the school year.
Looking at your outdated kitchen that's crying for multiple repairs can quickly make you question whether its worth the investment to renovate. When you build your own home, you have upgrade options and you get to make every little choice about the design.