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Is it a good idea to help your kids buy a house?

Real estate is pricey. So you give the kids help with the down payment or get them a place to live at university. How did that work out?


Open lines with The Globe and Mail's Personal Finance Columnist Rob Carrick. He says you may want to think twice before helping your kids buy a home.


Plus: Ed Lawrence on getting your garden ready to help sell the house.

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