The tenancy agreement is the foundation of the landlord-tenant relationship. It should clearly set out the rules of the arrangement so that there’s no question about what’s expected from either party.
As you get ready to move into your new home, you know that you want to decorate with a sense of style. A new home is like a blank slate, just waiting for you to add your own touches. What will you do, though? What style are you going to adopt?
Buying a new home can seem like somewhat of an adventure, especially with all the features you need to keep in mind. So what do you envision in your new home?
When you think of a new home, you probably picture a great room, spacious kitchen, bedrooms, laundry room, bathrooms and guest room.
Start packing your bags because Sterling’s latest quick possession home at 2 West Plains Drive has a number of stylish upgrades and the single-storey floor plan you’ve been dreaming about. Best of all, it is almost completely finished. You could be getting the keys to your new home in no time!
When you’re thinking about buying a home, you often hear about different types of mortgage rates. Perhaps the most confusing rate is the mortgage qualifying rate. This is the rate that banks use to determine whether or not you’ll qualify for the amount you want to borrow. As of 2019, it’s become harder to qualify for a mortgage due to stricter rules regarding this qualifying rate.
There’s a lot of real estate movement during the spring and summer months, but that seems to make people think that those are the only times you should go house hunting. Nothing could be further from the truth.
You’re too funky to want to stick with the boring looks that you see on the design floors today - you want something a little different. Perhaps it’s time to get some inspiration from the ‘60s. You’ll find a surprising amount of variety in the styles, so it’s easier to find a look that fits your personality.