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12483 219TH Street, Maple Ridge, British Columbia

October 23rd, 2009

I just sold this House at 12483 219TH Street, Maple Ridge, British Columbia .

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12483 219TH Street, Maple Ridge, British Columbia

October 14th, 2009

I just finished uploading this House for sale, 12483 219TH Street, Maple Ridge, British Columbia

The desired Davidson area brings you this immaculate updated rancher which offers a bright open kitchen with a great room feel while facing its large, private back yard with a newly stamped concrete patio for entertaining leaving a spacio us level lot for those who like to run. This h ...

Recession is Over and Recovery is Beginning

October 13th, 2009

Most economists say recession is over and recovery is beginning

 

By Mae Anderson

NEW YORK — More than 80 per cent of economists believe the recession is over and an expansion has begun, but they expect the recovery will be slow as worries over unemployment and high federal debt persist.

That consensus comes from leading forecasters in a survey by the National Association for Business Eco ...

Informed Home Buyer and Seller

October 7th, 2009

Informed Home Buyer and Seller Issue 10

Total New Housing Starts

October 5th, 2009

Total New Housing Starts (Seasonable adjusted and annualized)

Province

June
2009

June
2008

July
2009

July
2008

August
2009

August
2008

Newfoundland/Labrador

2,900

2,800

2,900

1,800

2,400

3,100

PEI

1,000

600

600

400

1,000

700

Nova Scotia

2,700

3,900

3,300

...

Variables in a Variable Rate

October 5th, 2009

There are a lot variables in a variable rate

Garry Marr, Family Man, Financial Post 
He has a landmark study on mortgages, but York University professor Moshe Milevsky says he never anticipated the credit markets of the last year.

The 2001 paper examined the previous 50 years to determine whether consumers benefitted from locking into a fixed-rate mortgage or going with a variable-rate prod ...