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  • Halifax not Happy by Grainne Burns

    Planning to invest in Halifax? Existing properties may increasingly be the way to go else you could risk paying as much as $30,000 more for a new build.

  • Market tries to stop the exodus by Grainne Burns

    With proposals to add 50,000 additional units to an already tight Montreal market, some investors are holding back on putting their cash in the city until ‘some stability’ is restored. That's despite the promises of mayoral candidates now looking to win votes.

  • Sizzling sales in September by CREW

    The weather may have chilled in September, but the housing market proved hotter than expected, according to the latest CREA figures.

  • Don’t fret about the U.S., says economist by Grainne Burns

    Canadians worried about the impact the frozen U.S. federal goverment will have their property investments -- both here and in the States -- fear not, suggests one leading economist.

  • Investors confidence soars at Wealth & Real Estate event by Mark David

    Reports from around the globe often present a gloomy picture for real estate performance. Much time is spent playing up the negative aspects of the industry, which leaves many people wondering about the real state of real estate.

  • Low interest rates till late 2016? by Justin da Rosa

    The Bank of Nova Scotia has reforecast its outlook on the Bank of Canada and now believes the bank will hold off on hiking its overnight rate until 2016.

  • War of the words, Part II by

    As with all unpleasant breakups, there are at least two side to the story. CREW spoke to the Greater Montreal Real Estate Board and the Canadian Real Estate Association to see if there is any resolution to their fractious relationship.

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