24 May 2013

Cheap storage works wonders when confronted with a delayed closing

In a cooling Canadian housing market, there are thousands of people who are still interested in buying property.

According to a recent Financial Post article, almost half of Canadians – many younger than 40 years old – have plans to purchase property in the next five years despite the sluggishness of the real estate market.

"The relative strength of the Canadian housing market continues to bolster homeowners confidence," said Martin Nel, BMOs vice president of lending and investments.

Still, current homeowners who recently purchased a new home and landed a buyer for their existing home might run into trouble if they experience a delayed closing. For many, this leaves a new homeowner's belongings high and dry. Cheap storage is often sought after to temporarily store valuable household items and the deal comes to a close. 

Self storage can be a smart way to hang on to valuable items without taking up room in a house or apartment. For Toronto storage solutions, there's no better than Jiffy Self Storage. Those interested in self storage should check out the affordable rates on Jiffy's website, where they can also enter to win a free iPad 3.

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