Collaborative Recovery

Posted November 19, 2012

A short while ago we talked about how the real estate’s market recovery will more likely than not depend on full societal collaboration and participation within the market, in a post called ‘To Stabilize We Must Equalize’. If only those who … Continue reading

To Stabilize We Must Equalize

Posted November 10, 2012

Speculations around market recovery are many. The desolate state in which the property market resides is remaining stagnant, with fragments of measurable recovery being made. Therein lies the question of how to inject some life into the current market; enough … Continue reading

Are We There Yet? The Long Road To Recovery

Posted October 25, 2012

Unfortunately, no, we aren’t even close. BC, and quite possibly the rest of Canada, are presumably about to experience what economists are calling a double-dip recession, meaning that housing prices are going to drop once again, and this time in … Continue reading

Boomerang Benefits

Posted October 25, 2012

The boomerang generation – a title freely used to describe most people who were born in the late 80′s and early 90′s, who are now in their 20′s, have gone to college or university, then moved straight back home. One … Continue reading

Home Improvement Breakdown

Posted October 25, 2012

Every once in a while we run into some houses that have been personalized, adjusted, tailored, or whatever else you’d like to call it, just a little bit too much to the owner’s liking. In fact, most of these “little … Continue reading

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