Monthly Archives: April 2014

CANADAS DOOMSDAY FORECASTERS GET IT WRONG AGAIN

Predicting a housing crash in Canada has become an annual feature for some doomsday forecasters, particularly in the condo market. With unprecedented condo growth in Canada’s three major cities during the last decade, some observers feel the end of the … Read More »

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What is the best Season to Sell my Home?

Common belief has held that the best time to sell a home is in the spring, and the best time to buy is in the fall. Although there is merit to this argument, not everything can be so definitive and … Read More »

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STREAMLINING THE BUILDING APPROVALS PROCESS

Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase and Fable says the term “red tape” is “so called because lawyers and government officials tie their papers together with red tape. Charles Dickens introduced the phrase.” Red tape makes property developers, builders, architects and ultimately … Read More »

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