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home ownership

One of the legal tests is "substantial interference."
A picket fence and a backyard are still the gold standard, even for millennials.
They want the province to be less attractive for people to anonymously "hide wealth."
After losing two childhood homes, a house of my own feels like so much more than four walls and a roof.
The average house price in Canada for October was just under $506,000.
Budget 2017 proposes to invest more than $11.2 billion over 11 years in a variety of initiatives designed to build, renew and repair Canada's stock of affordable housing, and help ensure that Canadians have affordable housing that meets their needs. But so far it fails to address key market-related issues - again.
While most people think about home insurance as protection for costly events that can happen to their home, it's also important to think about the things that can put your ability to pay for your home at risk. To help you protect your dream home, no matter the situation, here are a few insurance tips and must-haves for your new purchase.
When it comes to home ownership, Canada’s millennials have big dreams and bigger obstacles.
Prospective homebuyers face a growing list of challenges -- from skyrocketing prices in Vancouver and Toronto, to soft conditions in Alberta, to another round of mortgage rule changes. But there are some good reasons 2017 is still a good year to buy a home in Canada.