First Time Home Buyer Association

Creating Home Ownership Opportunities For Future Generations
Sign Petition

$20,000 In Government Rebates Is Definitely Going To Allow Canadians Purchase Their First Home.

The Numbers Just Do Not Add Up.

Expanding

Canada Wide Epidemic

We need the Federal Government to see that the endless fees associated with the purchase of a home is not affordable for a first time home buyer whether they are a single or dual income family as the numbers just do not add up.

Problem

Tax After Tax

First time home buyers are perplexed on how to cover all the closing costs such as increasing Legal Fees, Land Transfer Taxes, Double Land Transfer Tax, Property Tax, Moving Expenses, Mortgage Fees, New Builder Levies, Tax on Mortgage Insurance, Appraisal Fees, Inspection Fees, Administration Fees and if you want to put down only 5% a $19,000 insurance premium will be tacked onto your mortgage.

It’s Time

Let’s Take Action, Demand Change & Make A Difference.

If you are a first time home buyer or know a family member, friend, colleague lets stand together and force the Canadian Government to hear our voice. As one we can make a change.

We're Not Alone

Official Real Estate Boards Are Also In Favor Of Making Housing More Affordable For First Time Buyers. The Federal Government Must Increase Rebates If Housing Prices Increased.
I cannot imagine being able to even consider purchasing a home anytime in the future – or at least, a home that is located where I would like to live. Ian Borsuk

Hamilton, ON

My wife and I have virtually ruled out the option of owning a home in Toronto. We are fortunate to live in a nice apartment with cheap rent in a desirable neighbourhood close to downtown. Patrick DeRochie.

Toronto, ON