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3 tips to get your finances in order this fall

on Sep 27, 2023

(NC) Whether you’re running a small business or a household, high inflation and rising interest rates are causing many of us to feel concerned about our finances. While we can’t control inflation or interest rates, there are some steps we can take to help balance our books. Here are three. Monitor your money Whether you’re tracking your personal finances or those of your business, it’s essential to create a budget to monitor your income and outgoing costs.

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Buying a new construction home? 4 key steps before you buy

on Sep 24, 2023

(NC) Buying a home is the start of a new chapter, and for many homebuyers the idea of living in a brand-new home that reflects their personal style is very appealing. But buying a pre-construction home is different than buying on the resale market, and it takes some upfront research. Here are four steps to help you go from window-shopper to serious homebuyer. 1. Decide what suits your lifestyle Pre-construction homes have two main categories: condos, which include shared amenities, and freehold homes, which are detached or semi-detached.

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Policy interest rate hikes: how will they impact my finances?

on Nov 11, 2022

The Bank of Canada has raised its policy interest. If you’re wondering why—and how the increase will affect your financial plans—read on for the answers. What is the policy interest rate? The policy interest rate is the fixed interest rate set by a financial institution for a country or group of countries. This determines how much it will cost to borrow money from a central bank. In our case, the Bank of Canada is the one that is regulating, among other things, the country’s economic activity.

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Buying a new condo? 5 things to know

on Jun 18, 2021

(NC) If you’re looking at purchasing a pre-construction condo, you’ll soon encounter strange new words that may make you feel like you’ve just set foot in a foreign country. Since it’s never too early to talk the talk, here are some terms to learn that can help you make smart decisions: Occupancy date This is the date your unit is ready for you to move in. It’s also the date your seven-year warranty takes effect.

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