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Housing

The idea is for people to send cards to their old rentals to let the current tenants know what they were paying.
The Canadian economy’s addiction to real estate has hit a new high.
Plan ahead when buying a home to save yourself time and stress.
Better hurry up, cities in southern Ontario are filling up fast.
Amid an unpredictable pandemic, forecasts for the housing market are pretty much all over the map.
“People can’t isolate if they don’t have a home to do that in."
Feist and a "Barenaked Ladies" member are also criticizing how homeless communities are being treated.
If you live in a city, this moment from "Shawn Mendes: In Wonder" is very relatable.
Friends Of Ruby Home will house 33 queer and trans youth, along with their pets.
Take a video tour of their sustainable (and blissful) set-up.
The house’s owner says she’ll give it to you for free if you can pay to move it off the lot.
How much you pay upfront could expand your options and save you money.
Economic observers warn of a K-shaped recovery that sees some people recover and others go further into debt.
"I have a credit record for my phone bill but not my rent.”
The forecasts may disagree, but one thing seems certain right now: Detached homes are in, and apartments are out.
The move isn't free but a lower interest rate can lead to big savings.
Prices increased in most regions, but not like they did in past years.
Former Airbnb units are hitting the market at a time when buyers are looking further out of the city.