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The Key to Finding Profitable Residential Real Estate in Ontario

CENTURY 21 Dreams Inc. | Wednesday Sep 18th 2013

The real estate market may have taken a hit in 2007 (fortunately to a lesser extent in Canada than elsewhere), but it is still robust enough for investors to turn out a profit by taking advantage of affordable and in-demand residential real estate in the country.

The Most Appropriate and Cost-Effective Advice for Buying a Home

CENTURY 21 Dreams Inc. | Friday Aug 16th 2013

Simply put, buying a home can be stressful. It doesn’t have to be, but somehow – mostly due to misinformation – it is for many Canadians looking for sound advice.

Want to Buy a Home in Burlington? Start Here!

CENTURY 21 Dreams Inc. | Thursday Jun 13th 2013

There are many condos and homes for sale in Ontario, Canada. Listings abound, full of great properties in virtually every city and town in the province. Burlington has several options for those looking for condos and homes for sale when it comes to location

Three Tips for Finding the Right Homes in Mississauga

CENTURY 21 Dreams Inc. | Friday May 17th 2013

Sometimes it can be difficult to know exactly where to look to find the best homes in Mississauga. Regardless of whether you are looking for single family homes or condos, more often than not Mississauga, Ontario real estate listings are your best bet for finding a wide variety of properties that fit within your budget.

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    dividing by the number of homes.
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