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Savings Personal Finance: Real Estate

  • TORONTO, April 20- Ontario's provincial government on Thursday introduced a 15 percent tax on property purchases by foreign buyers as part of 16 measures designed to cool Toronto's red-hot housing market. A rapid acceleration in home prices in Toronto had prompted some economists to voice fears that the real estate market in Canada's most populous city is in...

  • TORONTO, April 20- Ontario's provincial government on Thursday introduced a 15 percent tax on property purchases by foreign buyers as part of 16 measures designed to cool Toronto's red-hot housing market. A rapid acceleration in home prices in Toronto has prompted some economists to voice fears the real estate market in Canada's largest city is in a bubble...

  • TORONTO, April 20- Ontario's provincial government on Thursday introduced a 15 percent tax on property purchases by foreign buyers as part of 16 measures designed to cool Toronto's red-hot housing market. A rapid acceleration in home prices in Toronto has prompted some economists to voice fears the real estate market in Canada's largest city is in a bubble...

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    SoFi COO Joanne Bradford weighs in on online lending, innovation and student loans.

  • Remodeling spending to reach all-time high?

    A new report forecasts home remodeling this year will top records set during the housing boom. CNBC's Brian Sullivan discusses. Robert Wetenhall, RBC Capital Markets Homebuilding and Building Products analyst, and Todd Tomalak, John Burns Consulting VP, weigh in.

  • 6 million borrowers owe more than home value

    An alarming number of homeowners still owe more on their mortgages than the home is worth, even though housing prices have been rising. CNBC's Diana Olick reports.

  • Reverse Mortgage: The fine print

    With new rules and regulations, CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses whether or not a reverse mortgage is right for you.

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