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A correction is coming for house prices, not a crash: That’s the outlook for the Canadian housing market from PIMCO, a well-respected U.S. investment firm. (© Cathal McNaughton / Reuters/REUTERS)
A correction is coming for house prices, not a crash: That’s the outlook for the Canadian housing market from PIMCO, a well-respected U.S. investment firm. (© Cathal McNaughton / Reuters/REUTERS)

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Carrick on money: What’s ahead for 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.

Rich tech entrepreneurs and their investing secrets
A U.S. investing columnist recently met with some Canadian tech industry people and came away with these conclusions about how they achieved success.

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What’s ahead for housing
A correction is coming for house prices, not a crash: That’s the outlook for the Canadian housing market from PIMCO, a well-respected U.S. investment firm.

Canadian business blogger Larry MacDonald says no crash, in 2014.

Don’t skip the home inspection
A home inspection company urges people not to skip a pre-purchase home inspection when buying a new house. In some markets, people feel they have to waive the inspection to make their offer more appealing. But without an inspection, you’re moving in blind to a home’s faults.

A 50-year warranty for your roof
A look at metal shingles for your roof – twice the cost, but a warranty of at least 50 years in most cases.

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