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July 2012

Found 4 blog entries for July 2012.

Thank you for all your guidance and assistance to my parents. They are glad the condo sale settled finally and are here in Toronto. It is always challenging dealing with seniors and their concerns but they told me they appreciated your expertise and professionalism. Thank you from them and their children! All the best, Josie
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Our Island among top 10 best places in the world, according to magazine ranking 'Travel + Leisure' magazine award will help boost the region's tourism industry, according to experts Walter Cordery, Daily News (Nanaimo) Published: Monday, July 09, 2012 It comes as no surprise to Rene and Monique Vaanstra that readers of Travel Leisure magazine have once again voted Vancouver Island as the top island to visit in Canada and the continental United States. As far as island getaways go, the Dutch couple think readers of the magazine are absolutely correct. The Vaanstras are visiting from Holland and they came to British Columbia to see wildlife, specifically whales. Kaebe Spearing, 2, left, and brother Kason, 4, entertained themselves with log walking and
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The summer is finally starting to heat up and the market along with it. Sales increased marginally in June to 637 over May's 618 sales. The inventory climbed still higher to a total of 5,189 current listings for sale of all types on Victoria Real Estate Board MLS. It's still very much a Buyer's market with lots to choose from and still low interest rates, however, the Government's latest round of new rules will make it tougher than ever to arrange financing for all from first time buyers to seasoned would be leveraging investors. If you're not already doing so, please follow us on Twitter, join me on  LinkedIn, and LIKE us on Facebook valuable giveaways, client events and market updates.Cameron graduated from high school this month and is working part

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Affordability factors into greater demand for recreational property in markets across the country this year, says RE/MAX

Sales of recreational product up in 70 per cent of Canadian markets examined Kelowna, BC (June 18, 2012) — Canadian recreational property markets have been reinvigorated, with softer values, increased selection, and a rebound in consumer confidence contributing to an upswing in sales in 2012, according to a report released today by RE/MAX. The RE/MAX Recreational Property Report, highlighting trends and developments in 33 markets nationally, found that sales were ahead of last year’s levels in 70 per cent of communities examined, while six per cent were on par with 2011 figures. Greater affordability has been a major impetus, in large…
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