Solid Strategies to Successfully Save for the Down Payment on a Home

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There are certainly perks to being a renter. You don’t have mortgage payments, you don’t have to pay property taxes or mortgage and homeowners insurance, and, because it should be your landlord’s problem, your weekends are not taken up with pesky maintenance work or repairs. In theory it’s a pretty good deal. And, for a […]

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Confused By Mortgage Terminology? It’s All Explained Here

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Real estate jargon can be confusing–especially when you’re buying your first Waterloo Region home–and one of the things people get most confused about is mortgage terminology. It’s understandable. You’re dealing with large amounts of money, planning on making a commitment that will last for decades and making sense of it all can be tough. So […]

Waterloo Region News Roundup – $18 Million in Funding for Communitech, Lots of Local Talent To Head to NHL Draft and More

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Justin Trudeau Announces $18 Million in Funding for Kitchener’s Communitech The Prime Minister came to Kitchener on Tuesday, bringing with him an announcement that the government would be investing $52.4 million in three hubs for a new program called the Scale-Up Platform, designed to help Ontario start-up companies grow. Kitchener’s Communitech will receive a little […]

Waterloo Region News Roundup – Meeting to Be Held on Regional Reform, Local Eatery Finds Quiz Show Fame and More

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Public Meeting Will Allow Area Residents Their Say On Regional Reform A public meeting to be held in Kitchener on April 24, 2019 will allow residents of the Waterloo Region to have their say on regional reform, giving them the chance to share their views on possible changes, and as many people as possible are […]