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Canada is known as the “kingdom of Maple Leave” and the same is so for its luxury homes and real estate . People can see maple leaves everywhere during Autumn time. Its territory area includes almost 10 millions square meters, ranking the second largest country in the history of the world. It was once recognized “the world’s most livable country” by United Nations for four consecutive years. Vancouver is a gas town which British people made it up with beers and stories. The city is full of forests, large parks and spectacular suspension bridge making it a top destination for international luxury property buyers.
Canada’s prudent mortgage planning policy can effectively protect the property market from overheating, and also help to avoid collapses similar to the US housing market. Moreover, permanent and non-permanent citizens enjoy the same property rights. Thus, many people are willing to invest in Canada luxury homes for sale.
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Canadian house prices have declined by 10%
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