Canadian real estate offers a great investment opportunity for those looking for long-term and reliable returns. However, the barrier of entry remains not only the price of buying property but all the maintenance and complicated financing that comes with that process. Canadian proptech start-ups are reinventing what it means to invest in housing. In a market that is cooling off after a period of low interest rates and high housing prices, people are looking for ways to manage their investments without the financial strain and stress that can so often coincide with the real estate process. Thankfully, there is a rising tide of Canadian proptech startups that are working to make the buying, selling, and maintenance of properties more accessible, reliable, and affordable.
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