Starting this post with some of the most relatable money/financial content I have seen on twitter this summer. Because, let’s be honest, it is a lot easier to save and do better with our money goals in the winter than it is in the summer. In addition to that, COVID restrictions had us indoors over […]
Did you know that buying a home is one of the ways to diversify your investments? That’s one of the reasons Debbie bought her home in February. Unlike Ani, she found renting to be more beneficial than buying at the time and only got a home as a means to diversify her investments. Location: Greater […]
Sometimes, you just know what the next step is and everything seems to fall in place too. In the middle of a global pandemic, Veronica and her husband were able to purchase their first home. The low interest rates at the time were too good to pass up and with a cancelled wedding and some […]
Are you tired of paying rent? Do you feel like your rent is just a waste of money and could go towards something else like mortgage payments but don’t qualify for the homes around you? Hey hey! I trust you all are enjoying the summer and the sun. 2 back to back posts- I must […]
It’s summer time which is probably my favourite season of the year- good weather, lots of things to do and all round good vibes. Summer basically just screams enjoyment. With things back open now, I’m realizing OUTSIDE is very expensive- like super expensive. Have you seen the prices of flight tickets? The summer money jokes […]
Last week, I asked people on instagram who had bought homes or are in the home process journey what they wish they had known before the wish they started their home ownership journey and the answers were so good I had to share it as a blogpost. Disclaimer: this is specific to people who live in […]
On Wednesday, the Fed’s increased interest rates by 50 points. In lay man’s terms, interest rate went from 0.5% to 1% in the United States. This is the highest jump the US has seen in more than two decades. In April, the bank of Canada also increased interest rates by 50 points to 1%.