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Valuable Fraud Prevention Tips for Homebuyers and Homeowners: Part 2

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Valuable Fraud Prevention Tips for Homebuyers and Homeowners: Part 2

Be an informed consumer! Be wary of anyone who approaches you with an offer to make “easy money” in real estate. Remember: if a deal sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

Valuable Fraud Prevention Tips for Homebuyers and Homeowners: Part 1

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Valuable Fraud Prevention Tips for Homebuyers and Homeowners: Part 1

Mortgage fraud occurs when someone deliberately misrepresents information in order to obtain mortgage financing that would not have been granted if the truth had been known. This can include:

Save Energy With a Tankless Water Heater

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Save Energy With a Tankless Water Heater

Other than space heating, most Canadians use more energy to heat water than for almost any other household activity. Finding ways to reduce hot water energy use can therefore be an important part of an overall plan to reduce household energy costs.

Everything you need to know about the visit of an inspector of the Régie du bâtiment

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Everything you need to know about the visit of an inspector of the Régie du bâtiment

In order to prepare yourself for a possible visit by an inspector of the Régie du bâtiment or simply to make sure that you are in compliance with the Safety Code and the Building Act, here is a guide for you on the subject.

2013-2014 Housing Market Outlook (Province Of Quebec)

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2013-2014 Housing Market Outlook (Province Of Quebec)

In 2013, moderate job growth, the continued easing of the resale market and the trend toward multi-family dwelling will again reduce single starts and translate into a total of 14,200 single detached homes  started.