Complete Home-Buyer’s Guide For Canadians
This is intended for a Canadian audience.
Number of pages: 144
- Find out how to avoid buying a home that’s too expensive, too small, or too big
- Understand how home-owners’ grants and tax exemptions can benefit you
Whether a veteran or a novice, buying a home can be intimidating and worrisome. The Complete Home-Buyer’s Guide for Canadians is written by an experienced real estate agent who specializes in working with first-time home buyers. The book is written in a step-by-step manner, guiding the home buyer from obtaining financing to the final paperwork. It includes information on:
- The buying process
- Arranging for financing
- Home-owner grants
- Tax exemptions
- The inspection
- The final paperwork
Special sections discuss financing options available to first-time home buyers, including the use of an RRSP for a down payment, and tips on buying in today’s market.
|Publication Date||Aug 14, 2003|
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