The next couple of years could be a once-in-a-lifetime chance to buy a first home for the lucky people who still have jobs.
Best-case scenario, housing is a little more affordable. Worst-case, you're paying more.
Talking everything out, so much scheduling, and not going into debt to reno the basement.
Decide what you really want in life, then figure out what it will take to get there.
Damn, it was good to be a Boomer.
I saved up $30,000 in five years on an income that never exceeded $42,000.
Condo prices in Toronto rose by 22% this year despite new housing rules
Report says Ottawa’s new mortgage rules will disqualify 18% of buyers
But experts say the government’s latest round of mortgage rules are “unnecessary”
Five years after graduation, I still hadn’t found work in my field.
We just don’t have the savings to cover any kind of rise in monthly expenses
You’ve found your dream home. Now you’ve got to pay for it.