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Flashback to 1969... Is housing really more unaffordable today?

We keep hearing it on the news, from government, economists and banks... housing is more unaffordable today than it was for previous generations.  Is it really as much as people claim? We thought we would take a look and see at what the differences are. In 1969 the average household income was hovering at around $8000.00 per year.  Most were single income and if you made $10,000.00 a ...

March out like a lamb

A Good Indication of things to come According to statistics released today by The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA), national home sales edged upward on a month-over-month basis in March 2013.  Year over year sales are down, but the slight trend northward is a good indicator that we may yet have a strong spring market. If you are thinking of listing your home for sale now is the time to ...

Beef with the Bank?

It has been all over the news this past week, Canadians across the country are outraged that our banks would outsource jobs to temporary workers and lay off people to do so.  Not only are people crying foul, but if rumours are true, many are closing their accounts with the big five and moving their business to Credit Unions and other smaller institutions. Some in the media have argued that it ...
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Things are looking up!

Not a boom, but not a bust either According to an article in the Leader-Post StatsCan has reported that the economy had stronger growth than predicted in January. The growth was primarily driven by a stronger manufacturing sector but the arts, technology and other sectors also contributed to the results. This is a refreshing change from the consistent negative press that we have been reading about ...
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