Canadian Real Estate Game: Crack Shack or Mansion?

by | Apr 16, 2010 | Headline News | 4 comments

Do you LOVE America?


    We often hear about the bubble in US Real Estate, but some Canadians don’t seem to think that home values up north may be a little over priced.

    See if you can guess which houses are crack shacks or mansions.


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    This is a disaster waiting to happen.

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      1. Wow and you thought America was over priced. Just goes to show what government controls will do to a free market.  Whats a mobile home worth in Canada? How does a middle class person in Canada own a home? Do they have 120 year morthages?

      2. Not real ! Just a joke game . Although I was thinking about buying some American real estate . How much do you want for Florida ?
        Your site is great and very informative .
        Thanks ,
        Your Northern brother

      3. LOL Patriot… now we’re talkin’ leverage! If only I could get a 120 year loan term on buying a car…

        BB, I think they’re having a two-fer sale on Florida and California, but from what I understand, the Chinese have first dibs.

      4. @Bad Benz – what is not real? I am in Vancouver BC.  The abomination you see in the game is indeed being sold for $1M+. The houses you see in the game are real entries  from Walk down any Vancouver street.

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