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Maple City Homes Supports Local Home Buyers by Reducing Prices on All Remaining 2022 Homes

CHATHAM-KENT, ON – (May 16, 2022) Maple City Homes (“MCH”), one of Chatham-Kent’s fastest growing new home builders, recently announced a price reduction and increase freeze on all remaining 2022 units with 14 sold homes receiving rebates of up to $80,000. Having secured better pricing on materials and trade contracts, MCH is giving back to…

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Home Builder’s Fundraiser Exceeds $100,000 Goal

Chatham-Kent businesses and residents raise $107,992 to help local homeless population. CHATHAM-KENT, ON – Just five weeks ago, local home builder Maple City Homes put out a challenge to theChatham-Kent community to raise $100,000 to help homelessness initiatives and organizations.Ten months into the COVID-19 pandemic, homelessness has more than doubled in Chatham-Kent. This number isexpected…

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Maple City Homes launches community-wide fundraiser

Learn more here: https://blackburnnews.com/chatham/chatham-news/2020/12/01/maple-city-homes-launches-community-wide-fundraiser/

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Investing in Windsor-Essex and Chatham-Kent

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Chatham-Kent’s Largest Mass Home Building Project Has Begun!

Maple City Homes Ltd. today held the ribbon cutting ceremony for the largest home building project Chatham-Kent has experience in more that 40 years. Called The Meadows, the site on the community of Chatham’s south side will be developed into approximately 380 modern, single-family homes, as well as a park for children and families. The…

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First Ever online 50/50 Draw in Ontario Set to Benefit the Urology Program at Chatham-Kent Health Alliance!

Link here! Proceeds from the “Igniting Healthcare 50/50 FUNdraiser” will support the purchase of a new holmium laser, a key piece of equipment for the planned Urology Program at Chatham-Kent Health Alliance. In addition to being essential in urology for the treatment of such ailments as tumors, BPH (a benign, non-cancerous enlargement of the prostate)…

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Federal Government Seeks to Assist First Time Home Buyers in New Budget

 The announcement of a new CMHC First-Time Home Buyers Incentive Plan represents a shared equity mortgage program that would give eligible first-time homebuyers the ability to lower their borrowing costs by sharing the cost of buying a home with CMHC. The incentive would provide funding (equity sharing) of up to five percent of the purchase…

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Banks Won’t Touch Your Construction Loans, And Here’s Why You Don’t Want Them To

By: Robb Nelson Building you own home? Let us explain why private financing is used vs bank financing. There is something primally satisfying about building your own home, you get to take a blank slate of land and turn it into the home of your dreams where everything is laid out the way you want. You…

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The problem with the Canadian government’s mortgage stress test

Josh Sherman Jan 5, 2019 On a recent segment of BNN Bloomberg, Toronto realtor John Pasalis voiced support for extended mortgage stress testing nearly a year to the day after the federal government introduced it. “The stress tests are great,” Pasalis says of the measure which requires mortgage applicants to qualify for their loans at a higher…

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71% of Canadians Think the Federal Government Needs to do More to Improve Housing Affordability

Sarah Niedoba The dream of owning a home in many of Canada’s largest cities has become increasingly out of reach for the average would-be buyer. And according to a new survey, the majority of Canadians think the government should be doing more to help. Up to 71 percent of Canadians believe that the federal government…

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Maple City Homes Donates Another $5000 For New Animal Shelter

Maple City Homes has donated another $5,000 to support the new animal shelter currently under construction on Park Avenue East. Although the Friends of the New Animal Shelter has completed its building campaign, approximately $75,000 is still needed to furnish and equip the 6,300 square foot facility. The firm is donating $500 for every home…

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Modest home price growth expected for 2019: Re/Max, Royal LePage

Linda Nguyen, The Canadian Press Home prices across the country are expected to rise in 2019, but only at a moderate pace compared with recent years, according to two of Canada’s largest residential real estate brokerages. Royal LePage is anticipating the national median home price will increase by 1.2 per cent in 2019, with prices in…