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Well, at least they aren't stacking Canadian homes like this gigantic Chinese subdivision at the Dadun village of Lingshui ethnic Li Autonomous County, Hainan province. (STRINGER/CHINA/REUTERS)
Well, at least they aren't stacking Canadian homes like this gigantic Chinese subdivision at the Dadun village of Lingshui ethnic Li Autonomous County, Hainan province. (STRINGER/CHINA/REUTERS)

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Carrick on money: How overvalued is Canadian housing? Add to ...

The best of the web on money, markets and all things financial, as chosen daily by Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob Carrick.

Just how overvalued is Canadian housing?
This infographic summarizes various projections on how overvalued house prices are – from zero to 78 per cent.

All about how first-time homebuyers tend to underestimate the cost of owning a house versus renting.

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What income-seekers need to know about ETFs
The How to Invest Online blog has done some very useful digging to find out what kind of income investors are getting from the wide variety of monthly-pay exchange-traded funds on the market. Here’s a look at the extent to which return on capital can be found in monthly payouts. And here’s a look at covered call ETFs.

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