Monthly Archives: January 2012

‘Grown Up’ Means The Right to Live at Risk

Originally, you exerted your will against your parents to get it. Eventually, you may have to fight your children just as hard to keep it. The right to live at risk is at the heart of being an independent adult, … Read More »

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Have Your Home and Business Too

“Have Your Home & Money Too” remains a key theme in my “Decisions & Communities” column since being well-housed is a vital contributor to financial security, healthy living, career success, and goal achievement in general. In 2012, we’re adding a … Read More »

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Aging Boomers, Immigration To Boost Demand For Housing In Canada

Canada’s rate of homeownership is expected to increase and the future for condominiums looks bright according to an updated analysis of future Canadian housing demand. By 2036, there will be more one-person households in Canada than any other category, due … Read More »

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Is This The End of The Canadian Housing Boom?

Canada’s housing market has enjoyed strong sales and rising prices for 13 years, defying the predictions of observers who have been calling for a crash. Scotiabank Group says of the 10 developed economies it tracks, average inflation-adjusted home prices were … Read More »

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Home View: Caretaker or Financial Partner?

What did you neglect to do for your real estate in 2011? What will that cost you in 2012? As 2011 draws to a close, what opportunities to accelerate appreciation have you overlooked? •Which simple value preservers have you ignored? … Read More »

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