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Here are my weekly picks:
Buzzbuzzhome.com keeps cranking out the infographics (more like a chart…but I wanted to keep a theme going). This time they look at the number of twenty-something’s still living with their parents.
An RBC Poll shows that more young Canadians see home ownership as a good investment.
Which three Canadian cities make the best bet for long-term investment? Find out here.
Hamilton-Halton Home Builders Association President warns against development charges.
What do Stompin’ Tom, Sandford Fleming, Roger Neilson and now Nelson Mandela have in common? They all have real estate named after them in Canada’s capital.
Who doesn’t want to be a billionaire? The Financial Post lists 25 trends that will make people (maybe even you) billions of dollars.
The U.S. housing market is recovering…but its recovery is a bit uneven. Have a look at the top 10 most rapidly recovering markets across America.
Would you want a house where a one-armed man murdered a prominent Chicago Doctors wife? You would if it was the home that belonged to Dr. Richard Kimble (Harrison Ford) in the 1993 classic The Fugitive.
Here it is…the list you’ve all been waiting for…the ultimate ranking of television shows with the word ‘house’ in the title.
Silicon Valley millionaires and eviction notices for low-income renters. Read about what’s going on in East Palo Alto and communities like Woodland Park.
Google street view has so many valuable applications…including re-creating classic album covers.
Remember those 3-D paintings from the 90’s where you’d stare and stare and stare and still weren’t able to figure out what the design was? Well this is kind of like that….but much cooler (and kitchen related).
When you’re gone, Mario will destroy your house.
Sriracha Sauce: It has overtaken the condiment market, is a staple on retailer shelves and food truck windows and now a factory in California that produces it has been declared a public nuisance.