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How to buy a house as a co-owner

Housing affordability continues to be a thorn in the sides of many Canadians. While the government is introducing some measures to make buying your first home more feasible, time will tell as to whether they actually help. In the interim,...

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Bank of Canada makes its latest interest rate announcement

Up and Coming Canadian Real Estate Cities

Canadian real estate is a tricky devil often making first-time buyers nervous to jump in feet first. It’s not only a scary prospect for buyers but sellers as well. After all, it’s your number one asset and you want to...

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Housing affordability, and why politicos should play in their own backyard

In true Canadian fashion, our housing affordability crisis could be solved if our political parties can play nice. This means working together to address some issues, and politely staying out of others. Outside of creating more supply and boosting housing...

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5 tips to sell your house

The decision to sell your house can be exciting and overwhelming all at once. Despite the reality of that latter emotion, there are some things home sellers can do to alleviate the stress. Start with a game plan using the...

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Luxury Toronto real estate sales over $5 million surpass 2018 levels

Domestic buyers set sights on luxury Toronto real estate Sales over $5 million up 8.5 per cent year-over-year Sales at $2 million plus up nine per cent year-over-year After a soft start to the year, sales of luxury Toronto real...

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Toronto Real Estate & The U.S. Economy

It seems average Canadians tend to keep their heads in the sand when it comes to the economy. Perhaps it’s not even so much keeping our heads in the sand, as it is just not paying attention to what’s happening....

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How to Find Toronto & Vancouver Real Estate Deals

It’s no secret that if you want to buy a home in Toronto or Vancouver, you better have a darn good salary or some kind of cash windfall at your disposal. With average housing prices at $843,115 and $990,600 respectively...

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Canadian Real Estate & The Federal Election

Elections tend to unearth the hot ticket items that have Canadians worrying. A major cause of worry for Canadians today is housing. People who still rent are more stressed out as affordability continues to pose a challenge. This is for...

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RE/MAX affiliates raised $100,000 for Children’s Miracle Network during Activate 2019 Conference

Kelowna, BC October 30th, 2019 – RE/MAX of Western Canada hosted the RE/MAX Annual Canadian Conference and raised $100,000 for Children’s Miracle Network in support of local Children’s Hospitals in 24 hours during the three day event, October 23-25, 2019...

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