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How to navigate the real estate market during COVID-19 — What millennials need to know

Join our Instagram Live on Friday at noon with Hamilton real estate agent Elizabeth Parker. She'll talk about how COVID-19 changed the market for millennials and everyone else.

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One Hamilton couple recently sold their one-bedroom bungalow for more than $100,000 over the asking price. (Hayley Zimak/CBC)
Elizabeth Parker (Judy Marsales Real Estate)

COVID-19 pushed Hamilton home prices up even higher as buyers continued to flee Toronto and home supply in Hamilton couldn't keep up.

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What do you want to know about buying a home? Are you looking? What has your search been like? Have any tips for first time buyers? Let us know in the comments section below or by email at Hamilton@cbc.ca or on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram

Join our Instagram live on Friday at noon with Hamilton real estate agent Elizabeth Parker. She'll talk with the CBC's Conrad Collaco on our Instagram page about how COVID-19 changed the market for millennials and everyone else.

 

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