Are you considering buying a property that needs renovations but are unsure about it due to the added expenses? If you’ve done your research and feel like you can fix the place up to suit your needs, then there is no reason to not purchase a home that will require some added work. As for the renovation costs, you can cover them with a Purchase Plus Improvements Mortgage, which will be added to your primary mortgage.
Buying your first home is an exhilarating experience as it marks the beginning of a new chapter in your life. At the same time, it can be scary as it entails a significant financial commitment, but with the right preparation and sufficient research, you can make the homeownership process very manageable.
According to the law, it is the duty of a Condominium or Condo Board to make the necessary arrangements when it comes to the maintenance of common areas in a Condominium. The Board must repair common property as and when needed and cannot dismiss the completion of essential requirements on the property, especially structural corrections and deficiencies. However, to meet these commitments, the Board needs to have sufficient financial backup.
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Are you debating whether or not you should refinance your mortgage? If you are, you’ve come to the right place for help. There are various reasons to refinance, so don’t let low rates be your only motive. Instead, consider other prospects like shortening or lengthening your mortgage term or amortization, converting to an adjustable-rate or fixed-rate mortgage, or utilizing your home equity to meet a financial emergency, large purchase, or consolidate debt.