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And guess which city tops the world.
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With prices at record highs, several industry insiders are speculating detached homes will soon be unattainable, pushing would-be buyers further toward more affordable options. Namely stacked townhomes and condo apartments -- even in the suburbs.
It's bad news for prospective buyers. It could be bad for the market, too.
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And it's NOT foreign investment.
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"Why rent when you can buy?"
"Hey, forecasting is hard."
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