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Ottawa’s condo sector on a roll, growing 21 per cent in 2017 - Transit improvements and downtown redevelopment seen as boost to future growth

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Home sellers stress in December to avoid the stress test in January - Market still active ahead of usually-quiet holidays as new rules loom; condo market ‘on fire’

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Home prices set to climb on buyer demand in GTA: forecast - Home prices in Canada are expected to climb by almost 5 per cent next year as buyer demand in the Greater Toronto Area overwhelms the impact of tougher mortgage qualification rules, according to Royal LePage

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B.C. real estate firms hold off publishing more data in wake of Competition Bureau ruling - Real estate brokerages say they are awaiting the results of the coming legal challenge by the Toronto Real Estate Board

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New office building the latest sign of downtown Kitchener’s rebirth - The six-storey Class A tower, when complete in 2020, will be steps to transit in the tech-friendly Innovation District

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1800 Sq. Ft., 2 bedroom, 2 Bath Loft, 75 Markham Street, Toronto.

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Meghan Merkle’s Toronto house for sale - Agent says no ‘Princess Premium’ factored into price

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La Géode’s innovative design fits snugly into Montreal’s Le Plateau - A five-unit building with a courtyard at centre melds delicately into a Montreal heritage district

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The Haider-Moranis Bulletin: Don’t get fooled by the ‘forward buy’ in real estate data - In 2009, as part of a series of fiscal stimulus measures following the financial crisis, the U.S. federal government initiated a US$2.85 billion program aimed at lifting consumption and giving struggling automakers a boost. Known as Cash for Clunkers, the program paid automobile dealers anywhere between US$3,500 and US$4,500 when a customer traded in an older vehicle for a new fuel-efficient one. Dealer...

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As the real-estate industry roils, Re/Max president projects confidence - Despite shifting tides, Walter Schneider is still bullish on the industry’s long-term prospects
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