June 2019

Found 3 blog entries for June 2019.

What You Need to Know About Millennial Home Buying MythsAs home buyers, Millennials have earned a reputation for being different from the other generations. They approach home buying differently and seem to have slightly different priorities. These differences have lead to quite a few myths in the real estate industry. Understanding these myths can help you understand the future of real estate.

For informational purposes only. Always consult with a licensed real estate professional before proceeding with any real estate transaction.

Myth: Millennials Don't Want to Buy a Home

It's said that Millennials want to be renters forever, and it's true that a high percentage of Millennials are currently renting an apartment or a house. However, statistics show that while Millennials may be renters now, they

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How to Make Money in Different Types of Real Estate InvestingReal estate is much like the stock market in that there's an inherent amount of risk attached. No matter how much instinct the investor has or how much research they do, there are no guarantees when it comes to predicting property prices. However, there are ways to mitigate the risk once people understand more about the available choices on the market. Learn more about the major types of real estate investment and how each one can impact the investment experience.

For informational purposes only. Always consult with a financial advisor before proceeding with any real estate transaction.

An Abridged Glossary

Understanding real estate starts with understanding the jargon attached to the industry.

  • Commercial: This term usually refers to
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3 Common Home Safety HazardsCanadian homeowners may not know the dangers that lurk within their own home. Recognizing potential issues can help occupants create a safer environment, preventing possible injuries and more. Explore the 3 most common home safety hazards today.

Obstacles Resulting in Falls

Older adults are particularly susceptible to falling and as a consequence, breaking bones or suffering from a head injury. Residents living in older homes may need to take steps to avoid this common household hazard. Entrances need to be well-lit, with clutter eliminated from walkways and high-traffic areas. Check that railings for steps are secure and pathways have good traction. Aside from removing debris from outdoor steps, it is also important to avoid the use of throw

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