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Do you have plans for Halloween?
As you drive around in Nanaimo you have likely noticed that more homes are decked out with Spooktackular displays this year. New data released from BC Hydro says people are starting to use the same amount of decorations for Halloween as they do for Christmas. So, grab that pumpkin spice latte with orange and black sprinkles, crank up The Monster Mash and head out for an evening Real Estate Spooktour!
Millennials now overtake Baby Boomers as America’s largest generation how will that affect housing.
Here in Nanaimo and elsewhere on Vancouver Island we are blessed with amazing stretches of shoreline both seaside, lakeside and riverside.
Our Coastal Waters are home to some of the highest populations of sea life on the planet. There is always a good chance of getting a glimpse of a Sealion or a Whale, so bring your camera and the waterproof pouch just in case!
Interest Rates – Consumer Confidence – Migration – Local Market Conditions
MARKET COOLS SLIGHTLY FOR SUMMER BUT HIGH DEMAND CONTINUES
Have you been wondering why the colours lighting up the Bastion keep changing?
Here on the West Coast Spring is in the air – even though that air is still got a chill to it!
The debate over inflation vs deflation, or even stagflation, continues as we watch a new market emerge. One thought is that you simply cannot have low interest rates, pump untold amounts of new money into a seized-up economy, and expect it not to create inflation. History has shown us this. There is an argument for deflation as we are more of a global economy and some goods are manufactured in other countries at a lower price however Real Estate sits outside of this.
The year that felt like a decade is behind us and February 2020 seems as though it were a lifetime ago. The image of "Persistence of Memory" by Salvador Dali seems fitting. A scientific theory for why time occasionally feels like it decelerates is that time perception is driven by the number of memories formed in a given period and memories are created by experiences that are often new and surprising. This is perhaps why the monotony of driving to work for 20 years passes without you noticing, yet for my kids, summers at the lake seem to pass in a flash because there are an endless collection of new experiences and activities.
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