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While other nations are struggling to survive economic turmoil and unwanted debt levels, Canadian real estate values have remained consistent. This is quite noticeable as even foreign investors are expanding their horizons to the Canadian market. The immigration rate in Canada has also grown in the past years resulting in an increase in condo and housing sales. The real estate residential sector will be Canada’s most stable market in 2013. The occupancy rate is currently over 98 percent this year.

Canadian real estate proves to have a positive outlook in 2013. The nation’s real estate market will maintain its solid fundamentals even though other countries have been experiencing uncertainties and inflation. The property values will remain in a steady

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When it comes to finding a new place to live, there are basically two choices. One can buy a residence outright, or one can rent one that belongs to somebody else. Each has its own advantages and drawbacks, and depending on one’s financial situation they may be different for everybody. Both aspects of both options will be outlined below.

Advantages of Renting

If you are renting a place to live, one of the big advantages is that you do not have to do maintenance work—you simply notify the landlord or management company if something needs to be done. Moving out is also easier, whereas if you own a house and want to move into a new one there is a great deal of paperwork that needs to be done on both the old and the new houses.

Drawbacks of Renting

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Buying Distressed sale or foreclosure properties in Vancouver, Surrey and Surrounding Areas.

Are you weighing your options when it comes to buying a distressed sale properties in vancouver? This could be a pre-foreclosure, foreclosure home or a run down residential/commercial building in need of repairs. Here are some reasons why distressed sale properties Vancouver are a great option for you, whether you are buying as a home owner or investor.

1. They come with immense discounts. Most distressed homes attract discounts of up to 20-50% off their market value, which adds up to huge savings for you.

2. They provide guaranteed profits for the investor. It you are dealing in the housing or real estate industry, buying distressed homes is a great way

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