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The Ravine on York Mills
The Ravine is Phase 1 of a multi-building development bordering on the pristine ravine area on York Mills at the 404. Sales start Saturday April 2, 2016 in an exclusive Realty Point Open House event.

Three U.S. Trends That Could Push Canadian Mortgage Rates Higher
We look at three developing U.S. trends which have the potential to both ...

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The homes now dominating top-tier markets
$4 million-plus properties are in such high demand in Vancouver and the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), they now represent the fastest growing sector in both cities’ housing markets.

Analysts: Chain reaction of increases in bank-funded mortgage rates possible
Experts said that the mortgage rate hikes effective this week, spurred in part by a beleaguered economy and a ...

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Federal government increases minimum down payment for homes over $500,000
Homebuyers will now have to put 10 per cent down on the portion of the home purchase price over $500,000.

465,000 people may miss start of Ontario’s low-income energy rebate
The lights go out on Ontario’s provincewide energy rebate Dec. 31 — and fewer than seven per cent of the eligible low-income households ...

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Stephen Harper pledges higher RRSP withdrawal limit for 1st time homebuyers
Increasing the upper limit to the Home Buyer’s Plan is a great idea, allowing more Canadians to purchase their first home. Also read “Harper pledges to track foreign property ownership“.

What the Current Canadian and U.S. Employment Trends Mean for Our ...

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