Avoiding common home buying mistakes can make your transition to Canada that much easier
by Jennifer Goldberg
When Charles Waterman was finally able to purchase his first home in Canada, he was thrilled. “It was a feeling of accomplishment and satisfaction,” says the native Barbadian. “It gave me a sense of pride to live among other homeowners in Toronto.”
Now a real estate agent with Royal LePage, Waterman helps other new Canadians become homeowners. In his line of work, he’s seen immigrants make the same errors as they search for their first property. Here’s his advice on how to avoid common mistakes new Canadians make when entering the real estate market.
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