Purchasing a home involves one-time costs and monthly expenses. The largest one-time cost, of course, is the down payment. It usually represents between 5-25% of the total price of the property. Typical monthly costs incurred with homeownership are mortgage payments, maintenance, insurance, condo fees, property taxes, and utilities.
In addition to the actual purchase price, there are a number of other expenses that you might be expected to pay for. These are listed below:
Other costs may include; landscaping, redecorating, furnishing, and appliance repairs.
This entry was posted on May 21, 2016 by Jim and Iris
It is with great pleasure and appreciation for me to recommend the services of Jim Gardiner and the entire Gardiner Team. Jim’s awareness of community by-laws and market related activities extracted incremental value for us when we were finalizing the purchasing agreement.JB – Mirror Lake
Just want to tell you that you did a fine job for me on the cottage sale on Lake Muskoka. The sale has removed a huge load from my shoulders. Iris, just a note to thank you again. Money is in the bank!!!!!!BJ – Lake Muskoka
Just a short note to thank you for all of your time, and sharing of your extensive knowledge and expertise of “cottage country” in Muskoka. We’d strongly recommend you to anyone else considering the purchase of a property in Muskoka!J & T
The Gardiner Team was attentive to the things that I responded to during the first few showings and promised that they would find exactly what I was looking for. You know what? They were right. It worked out perfect. I just love it, I love the location, the cottage; I love everything.AT – Lake Muskoka (Quoted from Muskoka Showcase)
The vacation time is always too short. It is so nice here! Thank you for finding this great cottage for us!FW – Lake Muskoka