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National home resales to rebalance: CREA
The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) expects to see national home resales start to rebalance in the second half of the year, according to its updated forecast for 2016 and 2017.
B.C.'s economic growth due to housing sector
According to the Conference Board of Canada’s recent Provincial Outlook: Spring 2016, British Columbia’s booming housing sector will be one of the province’s main drivers of economic growth.
GTA home sales surged 10.6 per cent in May
According to Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) president Mark McLean, there were 12,870 home sales reported through the MLS system in May 2016, representing a new record for the month and a 10.6 per cent increase over May 2015.
 
Trauma Scene Clean-up
When it comes to scenes of crime and trauma, TV shows do a great job of keeping viewers hooked with its scripts and special effects. But what they don’t often delve into is what happens after a dead body is removed from a site and the forensics team has gathered its evidence.
 
Tallest wood condo under construction in Quebec
Origine, a new green condo project that recently broke ground, is set to become the tallest solid wood condo tower in North America.
Quebec City condo to allow Airbnb-style rentals
Condos LB9, a new $150-million condominium development to be located in Quebec City, is the first project in Canada with a condominium agreement that specifically allows units to be rented short-term.
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FirstOnSite Restoration acquired by U.S. firm
FirstOnSite Restoration, Canada’s largest independent disaster restoration service provider, has announced the sale of its company to Interstate Restoration, a U.S.-based firm, has been finalized.
A guide to glass balcony guards and breakage
In the past few years, there have been many cases of glass balcony guards breaking. An expert explains why this happens and how to mitigate the risk.

Industry reacts to Competition Bureau inquiry
The supply of condo refurbishment services is under scrutiny from the Competition Bureau amid allegations of bid-rigging and conspiracy.
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