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Canada’s Best Places to Live in 2015

Ever wondered where’s the best place to live in Canada? MoneySense knows.

After months of sifting through reports from Environics Analytics, Statistics Canada and other data providers, MoneySense released their annual report on the best places to live in Canada in 2015.

Open House, Open Eyes

Do you know what you should look for when visiting an open house? We do!

It can be tough to remember what to keep an eye out for when visiting an open house, especially if you’re the type of person that quickly falls in love with décor or layout. Next time you check out an open house, keep these helpful tips in mind.

All is not equal across Canada

According to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), housing markets are expected to remain stable for the rest of the year, and housing starts are expected to moderate in 2015 and 2016.

BC Housing Market Breakthough

The BC housing market had a red-hot April.

British Columbia had its strongest April in more than a decade, according to the British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA).

Despite concerns about Alberta’s economic woes spilling over the border, BC’s province-wide sales in April were up to 9,952 transactions, a 28.7 percent increase from the year-ago period.

June sales are hot!

Low borrowing rates and high demand continues to fuel BC's housing market.

According to the latest report from the British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA), residential sales increased more than 25 percent in June, making it the second strongest June on record.

Vancouver Investment Property Soaring

Continuing to chase Vancouver investment property, investors are willing to pay a hefty price to get their hands on any.

Cellphone costs cut into food funds

A consumer advocacy group is urging the federal government to take action and curb rising cellphone and internet bills, saying that some people are choosing to cut into food funds rather than communications.