The typical new home takes around 7 months to build from start to finish. That’s the typical time frame of a new home build that most people use when trying to time their move to a specific date like the start of a new job or the beginning of the school year. However, there are a few factors that could affect how quickly you can get the keys to your new home. Learn more in our latest blog post.
Cost will likely be one of the most important things you consider before you’re ready to buy a new home. Here are five factors that influence a home’s price.
There are many benefits to owning your own home, but it’s such a big decision that a lot of people take years to consider whether it’s the right time to buy or not. You know you want to get your own place so you can decorate and entertain the way you want to, but if you need a bit of an extra push, here are a few reasons why buying a new home in Saskatchewan makes sense right now.
Building a new home and choosing new home upgrades is an exciting process. The options available are forever changing, so what to choose and what to upgrade can present you with endless opportunities to add those special touches to a home that really makes it yours. We'll give you some pointers on choosing your interior finishes.
There are many advantages to building a home, but are you prepared to wait for one to be built? Check out these perks of building a home from the ground up and find out why building new is worth it.
You've made the decision it is time to buy a home. Maybe you are a first-time buyer looking for an affordable option that fits your lifestyle. Or maybe your family is expanding and you need some more room. Or, maybe the nest is now empty and it's time to downsize. Whatever stage of life you are in, no matter if it's your first home or your fifth, there's a process to buying a home. So where do you start?
If you are looking to buy a home you may think new construction is more expensive. However, that may not always be the case. Take a look at some of these surprisingly smart spends.
Why Use your HRV? 1. They give you a warm well ventilated home and stop you "emptying your wallet" into the atmosphere every time you open your windows. In winter, they can help save on your heating bills; in summer, they reduce the need for air conditioning. 2. By keeping excess moisture out of your home, they're better for your home, your furnishings, and your health (properly ventilated homes that are neither too hot nor too damp are less likely to harbour dust mites, a very common trigger of asthma.) and they help to keep the "climate" inside your home at a more constant level. 3. They save you money by reusing the air leaving your home to heat the incoming cool air.
Most spaces in your home already have a designated use. The kitchen is where you gather with family and your master bedroom is your nighttime respite. So when you have a room that doesn’t have a clear purpose, you might be left scratching your head. But a little clever planning can help you define the space and turn your bonus room into one of the best places in your home.
Did you know that there are different types of mortgages? This will be the biggest purchase of your life, and you want to be sure you're well informed of the options available to you when it comes to financing your new home. There are several different types of mortgages, and depending on your financial situation, some may work better for you than others.