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  • May sales down 2.6%; Prices up 3.7% by Vernon Clement Jones

    Canadian home sales fell 2.6 per cent in May from a year ago, a sign, says some, the market is headed for a landing without the thud many investors feared.

  • Landlords singled out as 'Racists' by Grainne Burns

    Canadian landlords, take note. You better watch your p’s and q’s when renting or you may get your knuckles rapped like some of your American counterparts facing new allegations about racial discrimination.

  • Keep calm and condo on, say investment experts by Grainne Burns

    Mainstream media and critics may be reading last rites for the Canadian condominium market, but developers and buyers are showing that there is still a lot of life left in the sector.

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    Each week CREW online asks you that question with real estate news from across Canada and, indeed, the world as the answer.

  • 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.

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