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Buying Old Versus New Properties – Pros and Cons
When buying any commodity, new is often better than used. In the housing market, though, your best opportunity can come from an old home or, as in Ottawa, where the inventory of new homes is overstocked, you may be able to purchase a new home for the same price buyers paid years ago. Here are some advantages and risks of both options.
Advantages of Buying Old Properties
Advantages of Buying New Properties
Risks and Concerns of Buying Old Properties
Risks and Concerns of Buying New Properties
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