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Bank of Canada holds interest rate at 1.75%

The Bank of Canada (BoC) has decided to hold its key interest rate at 1.75% for the fourth time straight since its last move, and has downgraded its 2019 economic growth forecast. Furthermore, in today’s interest rate announcement, BoC Governor...

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Five Things To Know About the Toronto Real Estate Market

How Much Does It Cost to Build a House?

For many Canadians, the dream of building a home is more appealing than just buying one. Building a home comes with many benefits, and if we’re being perfectly honest, some headaches. If you’re considering a custom-built home, here’s everything you...

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Strong housing market performance expected for Atlantic Canada in 2019

How to Turn Your Bad Real Estate Investment into a Good One

Making a good real estate investment takes time and patience. It takes effort and experience to really understand what makes a good long-term investment. However, bad investments are bound to happen, especially if you’re a first-time real estate investor. With...

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Beware of Hidden Costs in Commercial Real Estate Transactions

Six Trends in Commercial Office Space Design

Indoor Gardening Lets You Grow Greens in Any Space

Indoor gardening means you can grow greens all year around, without a second thought to weather conditions or your yard – or lack thereof. There are other benefits, too. RE/MAX explores this growing trend.

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RE/MAX of Western Canada Awards $16,000 to High School Graduates

Kelowna, BC (April 11, 2019) – Sixteen students from Western Canada will be awarded a RE/MAX 2019 ‘Quest for Excellence’ bursary, valued at $1,000, during their school commencement ceremonies. The annual RE/MAX Quest for Excellence program encourages graduating students from...

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7 Signs A Real Estate Investment Might Be a Money Pit

Investing in property is no easy task. While some investments may prove to be incredibly fruitful, others unfortunately could turn into a money pit. Buyer beware – even if a property has all the indicators of a fantastic investment, it...

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