Gone are the days when putting a “for sale” sign on the front lawn and holding a few open houses would be enough to sell a house. 247 more words
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Canadian home prices rose in February as prices continued to climb in the hot Toronto market, data showed on Tuesday in a report that was unlikely to alleviate concerns from some quarters that the city is facing a real estate bubble. 359 more words
Proponents of Andrew Jackson’s policies cite his… veto of the rechartering of the Second National Bank as a victory for the ‘little guy.’ Old Hickory was defending the interests of States and the common man against the wicked monopoly held by the ‘monstrous’ bank. 208 more words
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Are you a minimalist? A tiny house might be right up your alley!
What is a tiny house?
The tiny house movement is enjoying certain popularity in North America these days, where unlike the rest of the world, smaller houses aren’t usually the norm. 325 more words
Federal Minister of Finance, Bill Morneau, announced in October 2016 a series of measures to stabilize the real estate market. Here’s the breakdown.
Alexandre and his wife purchased their first property one minute to midnight, 48 hours before the new federal mortgage measures entered into force on October 17. 215 more words
Kevin Butterfill and Natasha Camacho-Gomes met at McKibbins Irish Pub in the West Island in 2009. It was Ladies’ Night and a friend introduced them. It clicked. 725 more words