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2017 Forecast: Canada’s hottest real estate markets to moderate in the year ahead. Greater Vancouver will see a home price correction while Greater Toronto Area will continue to see double-digit price appreciation but at a more moderate pace.
Find out more on Canada’s real estate market trends→http://www.royallepage.ca/realestate/news/moving-away-from-the-regional-extremes-of-real-estate-feast-and-famine/#.WHd6SfkrLIV
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Online lead volume increases dramatically in January. Be ready with Royal LePage ClientClick websites. ClientClick websites include these business-building features: mobile responsive templates lead capture forms DDF listings** “My Book” CRM with CASL…
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Royal LePage launches "Your Perfect Life", a neighbourhood matching tool | REM | Real Estate Magazine
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What to Do a Year Before Buying Your First Home http://buff.ly/2fo9KVW
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A Contemporary Kitchen That Can Stand The Test Of Time http://buff.ly/2dqXNxf
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Congratulations to David Larsh of Royal LePage Duncan Realty in beautiful Duncan, British Columbia! He is the recent winner of his ClientClick Elite website for a year ($299 value). There's still time for you to enter for your chance to win*. Visit my.rlpnetwork.com/clientclick to learn more and check out Dave's ClientClick Elite website at www.davelarsh.com.
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Your Home's Fall Checklist - a few little things that can make a big difference http://buff.ly/2eBE6nO
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Do you dream of leaving the city in your retirement or semi-retirement? How To Make the Move from the Big City
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Housing in Canada overheating but don't expect a collapse, according to new report
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Canada’s residential real estate market continued to grow in the third quarter of 2016, posting a double-digit year-over-year aggregate house price increase, according to the Royal LePage House Price Survey released today.
The Royal LePage National House Price Composite, compiled from proprietary property data in 53 of the nation’s largest real estate markets, showed that the price[2] of a home in Canada increased 12.0 per cent year-over-year to $545,414 in the third quarter of 2016. The price of a two-storey home rose 13.7 per cent year-over-year to $649,635, and the price of a bungalow increased 11.0 per cent to $459,481. During the same period, the price of a condominium increased 5.8 per cent to $360,679.
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