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B.C., Ontario and Quebec are all doing better.
Listing your home in an up-and-coming area can sometimes work against you.
Why drive into town when you can boat?
"People want a place where they can rest, a haven away from the busy world."
Go beyond the brick and mortar if you're looking to sell your home faster.
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"You have to be prepared to risk in order to have great reward."
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"Parking is always an issue, especially if you're trying to sell a family home."
There's a difference between selling and selling well.
"Be patient and know exactly what you want."
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"A home of this value… they don’t sell every day in Muskoka."
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Where Old World charm meets Canadian comfort.
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"[It's] the most beautiful section of Montreal. Every building here is a piece of art on its own."
Have you thought about living somewhere else yet?
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“It’s definitely something everybody wants, doesn’t mean it’s something everybody is able to attain at this point.”
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Meanwhile, Toronto has the lowest vacancy rate in North America.
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It's not exactly a New York City penthouse.
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We didn't think the city could be doing this well at anything!
But you'll hear a different theory if you ask someone else.
Looks like his luck all ran out when he won $10 million.
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It's nicknamed "Taohuayuan," which means "Utopia."
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"It's time to watch 'The Big Short' again, except insert Canada."
Bidding wars for apartments aren't helping.
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We can neither confirm nor deny that Buffalo Bill is hiding in the basement.
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Is upgrading to a bigger home just a pipe dream these days?
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"This is as good evidence as we can get on the impact of foreign ownership on the real estate market."
Chinese banks are tracking their money all the way to Vancouver.
But who started the fire?