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Mortgages & Rates Rob Carrick’s Reader: How to make money while housing burns

Housing is burning – metaphorically speaking, that is. A U.S. financial blogger looks at some potential ways to make money on a big drop in the Canadian housing market.

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How to make money while housing burns
A U.S. financial blogger looks at some potential ways to make money on a big drop in the Canadian housing market. Interesting to see Americans looking northward and sizing up our housing market as being vulnerable.

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