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5 Myths about Buying a Home

From housing bubble to foreclosure crisis to somewhere in between, the housing market has changed dramatically over the past decade — and so have many of the rules of homebuying. Here are five once commonly believed myths that no longer apply. … Continue reading

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Low Supply Driving Cottage Prices Higher in Canada

Canada – Market Analysis: CANADA – A lack of availability in the cottage market is pushing prices higher. As more Canadians have chosen to buy at home rather than head to US markets http://ow.ly/3ob69T  Carlisle Mitchell Insider Tips for Real Estate … Continue reading

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Closing Costs: States Ranked

US – Mortgages: Bankrate requested good faith estimates for a $200,000 mortgage loan from up to 10 lenders in each state, plus Washington, D.C. The hypothetical loan was for a purchase of a single-family house in the state’s largest city, … Continue reading

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