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  • Halifax is slowly but surely magnetizing foreign capital by Ephraim Vecina

    Wealthy foreigners are already making themselves felt, especially in the luxury housing segment

  • Thieves among us by Contributor

    Speculation often brings out the worst in investors, sometimes resulting in outright fraud. Monica Peters shares three methods you can use to prevent unscrupulous buyers from nabbing one of your properties

  • Corridor of power by Editorial Team

    It's situated between Alberta's two major cities, but attractive and ever-growing Red Deer is positioned to forge its own way in the power rankings.

  • Saskatoon: an affordable oasis by Editorial Team

    With a booming resource sector, large student population and reasonable prices, Saskatoon has become a solid and steady draw for investors

  • Brandon: Right on track by Editorial Team

    Prosperity first came by rail. Now a fresh boost in Brandon, coupled with Manitoba's employment, has got its housing market moving full steam ahead

  • Dundas: Well preserved by Editorial Team

    With great transit connections, a steady housing market and some historic charm, Dundas, Ont., offers a plentiful mix of industrial, commercial and residential property investments

  • Quebec City: Capital Gains by Editorial Team

    Quebec City, buoyed by economics and steadied by government, is a provincial capital that's discovering the upside of the condo market.

  • Summerside: Second to none by Editorial Team

    Summerside may be Prince Edward Island's second largest city, but its unique blend of agriculture and technology and its investment opportunities are leading the way

  • Bridging New Brunswick by Editorial Team

    Fredericton's unique characteristics - including its proximity to the U.S. border and its abundance of science and tech - offer unmatched advantages and investment opportunities

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