7 tips for first-time condo buyers

You made the decision to finally buy property, and a good place to start is by buying a condo. They are a great investment and tend to be more easily accessible than traditional houses, especially in a big city. But, as exciting as it is, being a first-time condo buying can be daunting. Have no fear though, we came up with a list of 7 tips to help you along your new adventure.

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7 steps to getting the right travel insurance coverage

It is important to get travel insurance for any trip that you, whether you are just visiting a neighbouring province, or traveling to a different country. But, how do you how that you are getting the right coverage? Let’s take a look at some things to watch out for when choosing the right travel insurance plan for your needs.

Know your needs – Ask yourself questions

When looking for travel insurance, it is important to ask yourself some questions about your needs. This will help you to find the right coverage needed for your trip

Travel insurance tips for multi-person coverage

You are gearing up for a family vacation, and the time has come to get your travel insurance. Opting to sign up for a family, or multi-personal travel insurance plan may be a good way to save time and money. Here are some tips to keep in mind to ensure you get the best out of your multi-person travel plan.

Surprise! Moving just a few blocks can affect your insurance

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There’s a lot to anticipate when you’re moving house. There are moving trucks to load, boxes to unpack and lots of paperwork to deal with. From updating your employer to changing your address on your bank documents, there is much to do, but one thing you might not think about is how it might affect your car insurance.

Can I have a fire pit in Toronto?

There’s nothing like relaxing in front of a nice campfire when you’re out in the woods surrounded by cottages or tents with something warm in your hand, hugging a flannel. But what about when you want that same campfire experience at home, in Toronto?