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  • Scotia report counters '30% overvalued' concerns by Grainne Burns

    Flat but levelled – that is how Scotiabank is describing the first quarter of home prices in 2013.

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  • The U.S. window is still open, says Kevin O’Leary by Grainne Burns

    Rising prices or no rising prices -- the U.S. is still the land of opportunity for Canadian property investors, says Kevin O’Leary of the Dragons’ Den, but only for those prepared to think outside the box.

  • New site fights against rising interest rates by CREW

    Here's a true spoiler alert: The banks -- led by RBC and TD -- have moved to ramp up their rates on fixed mortgages as the bond market shifts. That poses a challenge to investors as they look to minimize their financing costs in an increasingly volatile market.

  • Home construction spike surprises economists by WhichMortgage.ca

    May statistics show new builds are on the rise across the country – that’s despite reports certain Canadian housing markets are underperforming and buyer interest is waning.

  • $25m shot in the arm for Vancouver market by Grainne Burns

    Confidence in Vancouver’s high end property market has been given a timely boost following the sale of an exclusive condo for a cool $25 million.

  • Canadian homebuyers not deterred by cooling market by WhichMortgage.ca

    Amidst reports that the housing market is cooling off, Canadian homebuyers and investors are still ready and willing to make purchases.

  • Toronto prices outshine sales drop by Vernon Clement Jones

    Home sales in Toronto slid 3.4 per cent in May compared to the same time last year, with new numbers from the MLS also highlighting the region`s irrepressible price growth.

  • Canadian homes third most over-valued by Vernon Clement Jones

    It’s not the international recognition Canada hopes for, with a global development organization ranking this country’s real estate market as the third most overvalued in the world.

  • Up and Down in Van by Grainne Burns

    Analysts are crossing their fingers and hoping the tumultuous Vancouver market has finally hit bottom, with the average price of a home declining 4.3 per cent in May compared to a year ago, but the actual number of sales showing signs of recovery.

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