Unraveling Real Estate in 2011… The broad brush used by ‘Talking Heads’ to paint a macro picture of real estate has little bearing on local micro markets and is worthless to the average consumer. All real estate is local and
If you want into the Canadian real estate market with the lowest possible entry-level lending terms and conditions available then I believe your time could be running out. In October 2008 the federal government bailed out the Canadian banks with
Buyer Beware – Buying Real Estate with Confidence A mortgage broker, a REALTOR®, a lawyer and a financial planner in the same room at the same time, offering a FREE workshop, and answering all of your questions about purchasing real
Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody Real Estate, and surrounding areas of the Lower Mainland is now available from your mobile device… My real estate clients now have the ability to check out houses whenever they want, wherever they want
It’s been a buyer’s market since April and the return to a balanced market is almost here.
The warranty insurance program in is basically worthless to homeowners, and allows corners to be cut in construction. “Buyer beware” remains a challenge, and even the best due diligence conducted by a buyer still presents unreasonable uncertainty.
Sixty-nine per cent of B.C. homeowners believe that ‘mortgage rates will be higher in one year’s time’, and ninety-nine per cent agree that ‘homebuyers need to think ahead and be sure that if rates rise they will still be able
Re/max has recently been practicing pure “puffery”, conducting a national radio and TV advertising campaign that claims they are, “Canada’s Favourite Agents”. While new agents are taught that you can’t make such claims unless the source or basis on which
If the subject sounds something like Brian Burke’s, “…pugnacity, testosterone, truculence and belligerence“, hockey quote, well it’s not quite. The subject is the words of another Irishman, The Honourable Jim Flaherty, Minister of Finance, who on February 16th announced a
After reading this: Fire chief cautions against changes – Stewart said. “These risks have all been studied. All of these issues can be managed and ultimately it will come down to a public policy decision as to whether or not we