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November 2014

Found 2 blog entries for November 2014.

[caption id="attachment_1241" align="alignright" width="170"]Ken Neal Ken Neal, Chief Petty Office 1st Class[/caption] This year Remembrance Day hits hard at home with the very recent deaths of two Canadian Soldiers last month on our own soil. Our thoughts and prayers are with their families. Closer to my own home, we lost my grandfather earlier this year, a long serving veteran of two wars who raised my father after his brother, who was my natural grandfather, died as a POW in the second world war. I’ve had the great fortune to travel much of the world and have developed a great appreciation for our amazing country and the freedoms we enjoy. We must always remember those who served before, and those who serve today, to protect our quality of life and freedom.
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While our weather cooled our real estate market certainly didn’t! The number of listings has been slowly declining over the past year relative to the previous year and the inventory of actively available listings for sale dropped suddenly and sharply by almost 10% between the end of September and about the middle of October from nearly 4,400 listings to less than 4,000. Sales increased from the previous month and were also up over the same month last year. Overall conditions are trending again to a balanced market with the ratio of listings to sales for the month now equaling a 6.5 month supply. Of course there are different trends and markets being experienced in different areas, property types and price ranges. For information specific to your own

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