First-time buyers do their homework

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First-time buyers are doing their homework and making responsible financial decisions entering Canada’s housing market. The typical first-time homebuyer is well-educated, employed, consulting with mortgage industry professionals and purchasing a home within financial reach.

These findings are from a study conducted earlier this year by Genworth Canada. More recently, the company invited customers to attend a session with David MacDonald of Environics Research Group to delve deeper into the results of the survey and discuss specific traits and behaviours of first-time homebuyers when it comes to making key decisions in the home buying process.

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Michael James

Michael James

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CENTURY 21 Explorer Realty Inc., Brokerage*
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