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This is for the readers who have the luxury of working 100% from home. Reduce your living costs and increase your savings in investment capital.

” A new study shows a “glimmer of hope” for buyers with a set spending limit. ”

” Is there any light at the end of the tunnel for buyers who are unable to turn to relatives for support in the purchasing process? A new report from real estate analyst Point2 has investigated whether there are still properties available in Canada for under $200,000 – with that study finding “regional pockets of affordability” despite the grim outlook for buyers in the hottest markets. ”

To read the full article published on the Canadian Mortgage Professional written by Fergal McAlinden.

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