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Easy And Affordable Home Upgrades

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If you’re thinking of putting your home on the market, how do you make yours stand out from the crowd? Here are three easy and affordable upgrades that will cost less than $2,500 you can make to enhance your home’s wow factor and potentially score big dividends on the selling price. »

Condos: What You Need To Know

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Before you buy your dream condominium unit, you’ll weigh all the options – price, size, style, amenities and location – and eventually choose one that best suits your budget and lifestyle. But many overlook one important consideration: the legal fine print. »

Rate Cut Could Spark Price War

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BMO grabbed headlines with its surprise mortgage offer – a five-year, fixed rate under three per cent. Sure sounds like a great deal for home buyers. So why is the federal finance minister complaining? »

Why I Live Here: HUNTSVILLE

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Les Stroud is launching a multimedia concert tour in which he connects his audience to the earth through film and music. Huntsville, much like this world-travelling Zoomer, blends nature and art in captivating fashion. »

Why I Live Here: GEORGETOWN

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Mike Holmes knows a thing or two about … well … homes. So when the 49-year-old contractor and star of television shows like Holmes on Homes, inspected his current property near Georgetown, he knew it was the perfect place to settle down. »

Boom to Bust

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There’s a real estate market shakeup. Is your house immune? »

Why I Live Here: HARRINGTON

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With only a few dozen residents, Harrington, Ont., boasts no fancy restaurants or golf courses, and its hotel and post office have long since vanished. Still, for award-winning actress Seana McKenna, this quaint historic village is a sanctuary. »

Why I Live Here: GUELPH

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Walter Urban – a former member of the Canadian Masters Powerlifting Team – tells us why he loves living in Guelph, Ont., with his wife and three daughters and training there. »

Why I Live Here: AURORA

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Marina Nemat’s books have been published in 28 countries, but the place where this Iranian-born Zoomer feels most at home is Aurora, Ontario. Though her children have moved out, Nemat explains why she has no plans to leave the community. »

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