Royal LePage Shelter Foundation | Why we help Strengthening our communities is part of the fabric of Royal LePage, and as a team with Royal LePage Binder Real Estate, we understand that a home is only a home if the people living there feel safe and secure. With that in mind, the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation is dedicated to providing women and children a safe place to go to escape domestic violence and rebuild their lives. Royal LePage agents across the country work hard to raise funds for this tremendous cause and make sure that there is a safe place in their communities for those needing to escape abusive situations to go. We are proud to be a part of the work done in our community by Royal LePage Binder real estate in supporting the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation. Since 1998, more than $27 million has been raised in support of the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation, and we are happy to see this number continuing to grow through donations and fundraising events. At Beaumont and Associates, we are long-time supporters of the Royal…
Buying vs Renting study: Homeowners come out in front financially in more than 90% of scenarios Home ownership remains a top priority for many Canadians. While buying a home is seen as a milestone and can improve your quality of life, most are hoping that their purchase will also be a sound financial decision.
2021 Royal LePage boomer trends survey unveils real estate intentions of powerful demographic The Royal LePage comprehensive survey of 2,000 boomers from coast-to-coast unveiled key trends within this powerful demographic. With over 9.1 million boomers in Canada, their real estate and purchasing decisions are far reaching.
Royal LePage forecasts continued price growth in second half of 2021 Canada’s home price appreciation rate peaked early in the second quarter but home prices are still expected to rise at a more modest pace for the remainder of the year, according to the Royal LePage House Price Survey.
Sold over asking: What does this mean for homebuyers? In a hot seller’s market with low inventory and house prices rising in many regions in Canada, many homebuyers are paying over the asking price. Whether these buyers found the perfect home and are willing to pay the elevated price, they believe the home is undervalued, or they just want to buy now before prices rise further, homebuyers need to consider the impact this will have on them if they are financing the purchase.
Solving Canada’s Housing Affordability Crisis While the housing affordability crisis is top of mind for many Canadians trying to get into the market, the chronic housing shortage that is the source of the problem, has been challenging many urban centres from coast-to-coast for years.