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14 things that kill your home value
MSN
Real-estate agents and appraisers say they regularly see homeowners make changes that don't increase the value of the home by much, if at all. Some renovations or alterations can even drag down the value of a home. Then, of course, there is all the damage that a lack of upkeep and upgrades can do. Check out these 14 home improvement blunders and our tips from the experts on how to steer clear of them.
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Tighter mortgage rules fuel spike in rental prices, competition
Yahoo!
Tighter mortgage rules appear to have taken an unintended victim in Canada's largest city: the renter. Toronto rents are on the rise due in part to increased demand from would-be home buyers, some of whom are unable to get the necessary financing to purchase a home.
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How to figure out if a home is a good investment
She Thinks I'm Cheap!
We've all been told that a home is a great investment but it can be difficult to quantify how good it really is. To answer this question, we need to ask ourselves a few more: How does a property perform compared to the stock market? How does a house perform compared to a condo/flat? Will you earn a better return if you buy a home well within your budget or by stretching and buying something bigger?
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Young money: Know a buying opportunity when you see it
Financial Post
As part of the Financial Post's Young Money series, we asked young readers to give us a glimpse into their portfolio and savings strategy. Liezhao Xie, 28, IT coordinator in Toronto, cashed in during the financial crisis.
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What your home insurance won't cover
Toronto Star
If you're selling your home and the buyer asks whether you’ve had a fire or there has been other damage to the house, just tell them and avoid trouble later. In an unusual case revolving around this principle, Zahid Shah, a Brampton man who was sued by the buyers of his home for withholding that information, hoped his insurance company would help him pay to defend the suit.
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Canadian banks expected to show resiliency against higher interest rates
CTV News
Canada's biggest banks are expected to show resilience as they report third-quarter earnings in the face of higher interest rates that are pressuring the country's housing market. While the quarterly results are unlikely to shock the market with any major surprises, investors will be closely watching the sector for any signs that the country's financial institutions are feeling the squeeze, suggest analysts.
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Céline Dion's Florida mansion listed for $72.5 million
Toronto Star
It seems Céline Dion has tired of her three-year-old palatial Florida property — the mansion is up for sale. The Jupiter Island compound is composed of a main house and five individual pavilions. There's a tennis house with a simulated golf range leading to a tennis court with basketball hoops, three pools (including one by the ocean), a water park, a four-car tandem garage with the possibility of an additional three-car garage, a playroom, bedrooms, and in-suite bathrooms for the kids, and a whole laundry list of other amenities.
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Mortgages expected to once again backstop bigger bank profits
Financial Post
Mortgage lending is once again in the spotlight as Canada's banks head into third-quarter earnings season, with analysts calling for robust loan volumes, driving higher profits across most of the sector. The much-hyped story anticipating deteriorating conditions in the housing market leading to dramatic price declines and losses at the banks has not materialized, at least not yet.
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Why are Canadian mortgages rising? And how far could they go?
Macleans
One after the other, Canada's big banks have all hiked-up mortgage rates. Why? In large part, it has to do with the U.S. recovery. There are two major channels in which a healthier and faster-growing economy down south is driving up the cost of borrowing for Canadian homeowners.

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Real estate: 5 signs that you are in over your head
Financial Post
The question you must ask yourself, says Toronto psychotherapist Allen Fraser, is "should I admit that it is not going to work?" Here are five clues that you have more house than you can afford.

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Real estate investing: Top 5 expensive mistakes and how to avoid them
TeleManagement
The greatest wealth creation vehicle in world is Real Estate. But, like any business venture, real estate investment has potential pitfalls around every corner. However, most of them can be controlled if they are identified. In reverse order, a la David Letterman, this is our Top 5 list.

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Canada's new mortgage reality
Yahoo!
The days of rock-bottom mortgage rates are done. In a few years, Canadians will sit around the dinner table and reminisce about the "good ol' days" when they could get a mortgage for about two per cent. For those old enough to have paid the 20-per-cent rates in the early 1980s, it will be a story of how much money they saved, especially in the 2010-13 period. For everyone else, it will be a tale of how much more expensive it has become to own a home.
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The urban townhouse comes of age
Toronto Star
One of the hottest emerging commodities on the Toronto and GTA real estate scene is the urban townhouse. The new breed of town is sophisticated and stylish, featuring contemporary architecture and interior design by top designers, with upscale features such as rooftop terraces, 9-foot ceilings, wood floors and granite or quartz countertops. These factors, when coupled with a key location close to transit and amenities, are resounding with purchasers.
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