Tag: first time home buyers

Protect Your Biggest Liability – Your Home

| March 7, 2014 | 5 Comments
Protect Your Biggest Liability – Your Home

The majority of the families I meet with think they have their biggest liability (their home) covered with mortgage insurance that they got from their lender. The problem I find is that typically the person selling the mortgage never took the necessary education, training and licensing to sell life insurance and are not qualified to explain a […]

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The Financial and Emotional Costs of Buying your First Home

| March 4, 2014 | 3 Comments
The Financial and Emotional Costs of Buying your First Home

Buying your first home will probably be the biggest financial transaction you will ever make (a close second is your hydro bill). The idea of finally being able to have your very own home is an exciting and stressful time – looking at houses on MLS, picturing your kids playing in  a big backyard, having […]

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When My New House Became My Home

| July 24, 2013 | 4 Comments
When My New House Became My Home

  Big Man and I made the mother of all purchases this past December – we bought our first house. With an active 3-year old and a lifestyle that requires us to be involved in a pile of different projects, we were seriously running out of room.  Our apartment was beautiful – overlooking the canal, […]

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