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7 Important Toronto Real Estate Statistics

National home sales and prices are up, according to the latest data released by the Canadian Real Estate Association – but as you may or may not know, there’s no such thing as a “national housing market.” Real estate is...

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Should You Buy or Lease Your Office Space?

Most affordable neighbourhoods in Halifax

Halifax is a growing city. With a steady market full of diverse buyers like young families, students and retirees, the city is currently a sellers’ market, with no signs of slowing down. With such a hot market, prices are higher...

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The Impacts of Marijuana Legalization on Canada’s Housing Market

Marijuana legalization has benefitted local economies, producers help boost home sales and prices; retail NIMBYism lurks, but with few real effects Canada’s largest cannabis producers are being credited with micro-booms in some local economies, and the trickle-down effects are visible...


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How legal pot shops are affecting housing activity, city by city

Since the advent of legal pot in Canada one year ago, things have changed – but not in the ways many people might have expected. Most of us don’t have to “swim” through clouds of smoke on the way to...

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RE/MAX Agent Bruce Johnson Wins 2019 Good Neighbor Award

RE/MAX agent, motorcycle enthusiast and die-hard champion of Children’s Miracle Network Bruce Johnson has been honoured with a 2019 Good Neighbour Award, presented by the National Association of Realtors. But in all honesty, the honour is ours to have this...

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#HomeGoals Instagram Contest Rules

“RE/MAX Canada #HOMEGOALS” CONTEST RULES   Official Contest Rules RE/MAX Canada Last Updated: October 11, 2019   THESE RULES (THE “CONTEST RULES”), AS MAY BE AMENDED BY RE/MAX CANADA GOVERN THE “#HomeGOals” CONTEST DESCRIBED BELOW. BY ENTERING THIS CONTEST YOU...

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Who is Buying Vancouver Real Estate?

When you consider the seemingly unreachable housing prices in Vancouver, it is hard to imagine who could possibly afford to buy Vancouver real estate. Add to that the mystery surrounding the whole money-laundering issue, and things become even more intriguing....

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Breaking Down the Housing Debate

Everything you need to know ahead of the 2019 Federal Election The 2019 federal election is fast approaching, and the housing debate continues to be a hot topic in the country. A national housing strategy that’s assessed annually and updated...

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RE/MAX Kicks Off Accessible Trick-or-Treating Campaign for Second Year

The air is positively buzzing with Halloween excitement. Doorsteps are decorated with jack o’lanterns, as trick-or-treaters plan their path to your front door in search of sweet treats. That is, except for the 400,000 Canadian children and youth who live...

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