When it comes to buying a home, you need to consider a whole lot of factors, including location, age, income and financial standing.

“I think there’s a lot of people out there who are thinking about buying their first home in a big way and are looking at the price and thinking, ‘I can afford it,'” says Michael Chabon, owner of the local business, Fish House.

“It’s not really a cost that they’re thinking about.”

A closer look at some of the key factors to consider When you buy a house, you’re looking at a lot more than just the price, Chabons wife, Ashley, says.

“We’re also thinking about the size of the house, how much space it’s going to have, and then we’re looking for the types of amenities that will be in there.”

Chabmans wife Ashley says it can be difficult to compare prices across different locations and different types of houses, and she says the real trick to finding the right house is to ask yourself how you’re going to pay for it.

“If you want to buy in the big city, go for a big house, or the suburbs, go big,” she says.

It all depends on what you need.

For the average person, a home that’s well-maintained and has good amenities is cheaper than a small, less well-kept one.

“You’re going into the market and saying, ‘This is the type of house I want,'” Chabos says.

Chabonis wife Ashley and his dog, a bulldog named, Big Bear, walk down the street at Fish House in Ottawa.

Chabanons wife Ashley takes a break from his work to go inside.

“For us, it’s all about having a good house and having the right amenities,” he says.

The key factors in determining what type of home you’re considering are the size and quality of the property, whether or not it’s in a desirable location, and the type and number of amenities you’ll need.

“In the suburbs or the city, we’re going for a small house and we want the same type of amenities as the big house,” Chabotmans wife says.

He’s not alone in this approach, either.

The majority of Canadians agree that small houses are more affordable, and that larger houses can be more appealing.

In the last two years, there have been a lot new home sales, and sales are still climbing.

“The question is, what type is going to be more affordable?” says Rob Bittner, an expert in home design and construction at Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, British Columbia.

“So I think we’re seeing more small homes and more mid-sized houses and a lot larger homes in that market.” “

A larger house may not be a good fit for a family that wants to have a big space in a nice, spacious home, but is not a huge, big-budget home,” he adds.

“So I think we’re seeing more small homes and more mid-sized houses and a lot larger homes in that market.”

Some people also consider the type, type of services, and type of area that the house will be located in.

For example, if you live in a suburban area, a large, large-scale house may be more attractive to you than a smaller, smaller house.

In this case, you’ll want to consider amenities such as fitness, community and recreational amenities, as well as the size, number and type, of rooms you’ll be living in.

“When you’re in the market, you have to ask the right questions and you have an opportunity to get the answers you’re interested in,” says Bittners wife, Lauren, adding that the price may have to be a factor in the decision.

If you’re buying a house for a loved one, or an extended family, you can consider the size as well.

“Some of the most popular homes for extended families are large, like a three-bedroom house, a three bedroom and a two-bedroom,” he explains.

“And those are typically more affordable than smaller, less expensive homes.”

A typical house in Burnhampton, Ontario, pictured in January 2019.

Bittnings wife, Amanda, and her husband, Matt, visit their new home, FishHouse, in Ottawa, Canada.

“These days, it doesn’t matter if you’re a family with kids or a single mom,” she explains.

As for a large family, “I have to say, I love the bigger houses,” she adds.

Chabaons wife says it’s important to consider where you want your home to be, as you plan out the house’s amenities and location.

“What do you want it to look like?” she asks.

“Do you want the house to be surrounded by nature?

Do you want a house with a backyard or a