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What are the housing trends for 2011? Add to ...

What real estate trends can Canadians expect in 2011?

A recent article claims that Winnipeg is poised to become the country's hottest housing market. But if moving to a mid-sized city is out of the question for homebuyers, where else can they turn? And if you're thinking of selling, when should you put your house on the market?

Real Estate Investment Network president Don Campbell was here to discuss housing trends to watch for 2011.

Mr. Campbell made his first investment into residential real estate in B.C.'s Fraser Valley in 1985, has extensive holdings across the country and has learned a few things about real estate and taxation. He is the author of the best-selling Canadian real estate book Real Estate Investing in Canada.

For a transcript of the discussion, click on the Cover it Live box below. Mobile users can read it by clicking here.

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