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I want a cottage, where should I buy?
The Globe and Mail
When determining the best location to purchase a cottage, budget usually becomes the first deciding factor. In Ontario, Muskoka has traditionally been the most coveted location, but it comes at a price. According to the 2013 Royal Lepage Recreational Property Report, waterfront properties in Muskoka average between $525,000 to $625,000. On the other hand, waterfront properties in Kingston/Ganaonoque will run you between $185,000 to $325,000.
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VO-Con Agenda Announced
CRDA
The Vacation Ownership Conference is shaping up to be CRDA's biggest and best event ever. Conference highlights include opportunities to network and forge new B-2-B relationships, highly informative workshops, presentation of the first CRDA Cornerstone Award and participation in creating "The Resort of the Future".
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U.S. timeshare ABS delinquencies drop to lowest level in 5 years
Inside the Gate
Quarterly U.S. timeshare ABS delinquencies fell to the lowest level since 2007, according to the latest index results from Fitch Ratings. Total delinquencies for second quarter-2013 (2Q'13) were 3.05 per cent, down from 3.27 per cent in 1Q'13.
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RCI welcomes more than 90 properties to affiliate network year to date in 2013
The Wall Street Journal
RCI, the global leader in vacation exchange and part of the Wyndham Worldwide family of brands, announced that it has added 93 new properties to its affiliate network since the beginning of 2013. "We are so pleased to welcome these great new properties to our portfolio of affiliated resorts," said Gordon Gurnik, president, RCI. "These fantastic resorts join more than 4,000 properties from some of the best names in the hospitality business, adding even more flexibility and choice for our members."
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Winners circle finalists will be honored at Interval's Shared Ownership Investment Conference in Miami
The Resort Trades
Interval International, a prominent worldwide provider of vacation services and an operating business of Interval Leisure Group, announced the finalists of its 2013 Winners Circle contest, an annual incentive program that recognizes exceptional vacation ownership sales professionals at its member resorts. The top producers from the United States, Caribbean, Mexico, and Latin America regions will be honored during a special luncheon at the next Shared Ownership Investment Conference in Miami Beach, FL.
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5 years after financial crisis, B.C. resort town Whistler still reeling
The Globe and Mail
As Matthew Callaghan sees it, there are bargains galore in the B.C. resort of Whistler. The real estate agent has listed a one-bedroom condo-hotel unit on Main Street, near Whistler Olympic Plaza for $159,000.

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Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts enters Korea
Canada News Wire
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, the global leader in luxury hospitality, announces its highly anticipated entry into Korea. Four Seasons Hotel Seoul is currently under construction and projected to open in May 2015.

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How to make money investing in real estate
Financial Post
Don Campbell thinks everyone should consider real estate. Of course, you'd expect him to think that given his firm has advised clients on real estate purchases of more than $4 billion. The senior analyst at the Real Estate Investment Network in Vancouver.

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Aspen Valley Ranch sells for $27 million
Aspen Business Journal
The historic Aspen Valley Ranch sold for $27 million, marking Pitkin County's second highest real estate transaction of the year so far. Comprising 813 acres, Aspen Valley Ranch is one of the largest ranch properties in the upper Roaring Fork Valley.
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Hilton announces IPO in bid to raise $1.25 billion
CBC News
Hotel operator Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. plans to raise $1.25 billion from an initial public offering of its common stock. The company did not disclose in its filing Thursday how many shares would be offered or the anticipated price range. The company said it plans to use the offering's net proceeds to pay back some of its debt. Any remaining funds will be used for general corporate purposes.
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5 years after financial crisis, B.C. resort town Whistler still reeling
The Globe and Mail
As Matthew Callaghan sees it, there are bargains galore in the B.C. resort of Whistler. The real estate agent has listed a one-bedroom condo-hotel unit on Main Street, near Whistler Olympic Plaza for $159,000. That's a 48 per cent discount from the 2004 sale price of $303,500 for the 506-square-foot property at the Delta Whistler Village Suites.
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Diamond Resorts International announces the closing of $25,000,000 Revolving Credit Facility
Inside the Gate
Diamond Resorts International, has announced that Diamond Resorts Corporation, an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of Diamond Resorts International, closed a senior secured revolving credit facility, with Credit Suisse AG as administrative agent.
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Timeshare software leader TrackResults reports record-breaking best month yet
PR Web
July was a big month for TrackResults: the sales management system provider proudly announced seven new clients, a new high for the Utah-based technology company. "We decided to partner up with TrackResults because we cannot find any data solution that even comes close to the raw power and flexibility we see in the analytics available within the TrackResults system," said Juan Pineyro of OnDemand.
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9 absurd dog house designs for your overly pampered pet
Buzz Buzz
We’ve told you which canines make the best condo companions, but what about your pet's needs? What sort of home would they like to live in? Probably one of these incredible dog houses, which run the gamut from the lavish to the modern.
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