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Selling a house sometimes turns into a creative task that goes beyond just posting a listing of how the property looks, and some of these homes really are surprising, not only because of how cheap they are but because of the surprises that come with them.

Recently, a wild house listing on Zillow was posted with a very Easter-y surprise as the holiday is right around the corner and, according to the publication, "the seller desires quick closing."

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Those looking to enter the real estate housing market in Canada may be surprised to know that there are more affordable options out there than they may have thought.

According to real estate experts, many markets have home prices that are below the national average, offering some hope to potential home buyers.

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If you're keeping an eye on the Ontario housing market, you're probably wondering whether house prices will drop in 2023.

But is the average salary of most Ontario workers enough to afford homes in the present day? A closer look into the market through a new report by brokerage firm Zoocasa reveals that home ownership is out of reach for people in most Ontario cities.

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You can find this incredible house for sale in Nova Scotia that's right on the water and has a little private island with a stone and sand beach!

Located in a small community near Yarmouth on the province's west coast, the 2,444-square-foot home has five bedrooms and three bathrooms along with 15 acres of land.

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Affording Toronto rent has become a major hurdle for young people looking to live in the bustling metropolis, with the average rent for a one-bedroom apartment hovering around a staggering $2,500 per month.

So a 24-year-old woman took to TikTok to explain how she manages to afford a solo apartment downtown, and the now-viral video has sparked an important conversation about what it takes to live alone in the city.

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