5 Events that will impact Small Business in 2018

01.08.2018posted by: Walter Mota
***REPOSTED from K. FRY *** 2017 The actions of a new Canadian and American government are finally taking effect, paired with a shift in buyer behavior. Here are 5 events which will undoubtedly impact the Canadian marketplace going into 2018. 1. Re-negotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) with US, Mexico Under the Trump…
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What’s Next For The Mortgage Market?

09.12.2017posted by: Walter Mota
Tougher Rules And Higher Rates: What’s Next For The Mortgage Market? The rate increase itself is not the issue. It’s a combination of everything at once. It all began last October, when federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau announced several new regulations aimed at ensuring that Canadian borrowers only take on mortgages they can afford, including enforcing…
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Stay Calm and Learn More about Radon

08.21.2017posted by: Walter Mota
You came to know about that shocking word Radon, and now you are having panic attacks wondering if it is present in your home or at the school your child attends. People will go to the extent of checking each and every thing in the house for radon presence. You might have also come across…
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DreamHaven Realty Inc’s Walter Mota Offers Expert Advice to Agents via Point2

10.12.2016posted by: Walter Mota
Last week, we were contacted by Point2, owner of one of the top 5 real estate portals in Canada – Point2 Homes, to offer some insights and advice on how to foster the best relationships between agent and home buyer. The interview is now published on the Point2 blog which offers agents valuable marketing advice…
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***New Rules for all Insured Mortgages-Effective October 17***

10.04.2016posted by: Walter Mota
Uniform rules for all insured mortgage Starting on October 17, 2016, all new mortgage borrowers with a down payment of less than 20% and seeking mortgage insurance (high-ratio mortgages) will be required to qualify at the posted rate for a conventional mortgage for a five-year term (presently 4.64%) or the contract rate, whichever is higher.…
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