|What Should You Look for When Viewing a Home?|
When buying a home, it's important to think about more than just the colour of the countertops or the flooring. It is easy to fall in love with a home's appearance, but it's very important to look beyond the window dressing. By playing detective yourself, you can carefully inspect each house you view and eliminat ...
|Home Made Cleaning Solutions: Nontoxic Recipes for Effective Cleaners|
A surprising number of the most harmful toxins ever created have found their way into our own homes. Many of us are constantly exposed to a variety of cleaning products, personal care products and household appliances. The air in our homes is filled with fumes from petrochemical solvents ...
|Life Insurance or Mortgage Insurance? Which One is Better For You?|
When buying a home or renewing a mortgage, many people think they are obligated to sign up for their financial institution's mortgage life insurance. Don't rush into buying your bank's insurance policy until you've looked at all the possibilities. You could end up saving money and getting add ...
1958 Kloppenburg Court .... $769,000
2-2611 Lake Breeze Court .... $249,000
4 Listings- 1/4 share each 3616 Wiig Road .... $399,000 (each)
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Ross Rebagliati snowboarding at Kelowna Mountain - Dec. 16, 2008
FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER 2008
RESIDENTIAL APARTMENT TOWNHOUSE
2008 2007 2008 2007 2008 2007
INVENTORY 1,738 1,001 1,141
UNITS SOLD 71 158 37 83 17 32
DAYS TO SELL 79 57 80 71 118 47...
Total Active Residential
Listing Inventory 1,738 1,001
Residential Units Sold 71 158
Average Days to Sell (Residential) 79 57
Listing Price Vs. Sales Price Ratio 88.5% ...
AVERAGE HOUSE PRICES
JANUARY $345,818 $437,146
FEBRUARY $374,380 $450,058 $496,621
MARCH $373,925 $442,246 $542,236
APRIL $418,334 $455,996 $525,000
MAY $396,222 $472,555 $531,454
JUNE $414,511 $504,912 $512.867
JULY $419,194 $479,71 ...
The world financial crisis and extremely volatile equity markets have cut consumer confidence off at the knees.
Many households fear their savings are worth pennies on the dollar, and that they'll need to work well past retirement age to re-coup their losses. They're also worried about their jobs, the price of fuel and the value of their most important assets: their homes. Amid ...