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By the time I get to Phoenix 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.

By The Time I Get To Phoenix

An argument that the multi-year U.S. housing market crash may end this year. Canadians who have been thinking about buying in Arizona or Florida, listen up.

If you're seriously looking at U.S. real estate, check out Preet Banerjee's advice.

Renting Rules

A look at renting a home versus buying from the American point of view, which of course has been influenced the crash of their housing market. Be sure to read down to the lively comments to this blog post.

RRSPs + Travel

The Give Me Back My Five Bucks blogger explains her very sensible plan for spending her tax refund.

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