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This week in nobul news: buyers are penning heartfelt letters in the hopes of clinching the deal on their dream homes; Vancouver, long associated with ridiculous real estate price tags, is getting worse; and borrowing rates are (still) hitting Canadians hard. Homebuyers, take note Nowadays, there’s hardly...

Meet our CEO Regan McGee has a lot to say about real estate, particularly the industry itself—an industry in which he has forged a great number of relationships and made many waves. He now embarks on his greatest professional journey: running nobul. Get to know more...

This week in nobul news: recapping the real estate trends (so far) of 2018; Montreal’s new generation of renters—and the power they wield; and million-dollar parking spaces are now a thing, whether you like it or not.  Real estate trends: 2018 We’re only halfway through the year,...

 This week in nobul news: affordable condos (technically) exist in Toronto; DIY disasters—be prepared before your knock down that wall; and why you might want to rethink purchasing a cottage with your friends.  Toronto’s Most Affordable Neighbourhoods for Condos Despite the city’s undeniably high condo price tags,...

 This week in nobul news: Doug Ford shuts down rebate for eco-friendly Ontarians; the future of brick-and-mortar real estate agencies; and find out what happens when neighbourhoods say, “no more!” to building developers.   You’re not alone: Yonge & Eglinton residents have had it, too The popular...

This week in nobul news: fighting back against the push for too much information; Vancouver’s troubling split personality; and a change in climate makes  Vancouver: Misunderstood, mismanaged, or both? Vancouver is currently in the midst of an identity crisis: multimillion-dollar estates feature driveways dotted with modest,...

This week in nobul news: Canada’s largest city hits another, less-than desirable real estate record; the controversy surrounding little houses in the Prairies; and cinema’s “raging bull” brings extra-pricey sushi to Toronto. Toronto is now the fifth most expensive city in the world That’s right, folks! Toronto...

For thousands of Ontarians heading to the polls today, housing affordability will surely be a hot topic issue. The reasonable measures put forth last year by Kathleen Wynne’s Liberal government—higher interest rates and tighter lending regulations—resulted in a cooling period for home buying activity and...

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