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828 106th Ave, Dawson Creek , BC

March 27th, 2011

I just finished uploading this single family detached for sale, 828 106th Ave, Dawson Creek , BC

Nicely laid out, one floor 3 bed 1 bath house with a single attached garage. This house is perfect for a single person or couple looking to get into the Dawson Creek real estate market. The house has a newer furnace and hot water tank and the tar and gravel roof is only 10 years old. There is even ...

Confirmation of my Last Post

March 25th, 2011
Another company steps up and proposes ANOTHER LNG terminal in Kitimat. If you want to know the significance of this, check out my last post. 


http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/industry-news/energy-and-resources/another-bc-company-jumps-on-lng-bandwagon/article1955836/

The Economic Impact of New Markets

March 23rd, 2011

Imagine you’re running a lemonade stand. You’ve been running this lemonade stand profitably for a few decades now. In fact whatever you’ve been able to make you’ve been able to sell. This is because you have one amazing client who can’t get enough lemonade. He’s buying at least 50 lemonade’s per day as he walks past your house.

Every once in a while he grinds you on the price of your l ...

Fixed or Variable? A Panel of Mortgage Brokers Say Variable

March 20th, 2011
Most people like the pridictability of a fixed rate mortgage. According to this article 2/3 of Canadian mortgages are fixed. The 5 year fixed rate is also the one that is most often quoted in the news. It is also the rate at which people have to qualify to borrow, even if they intend on using a different product like a 3 year fixed or a variable rate. 

It would appear that the primary concerns ...

Big....REALLY Big News

March 19th, 2011
Encana announces that it will be buying a 30% stake in Kitimat LNG - the terminal in Kitimat being proposed that will allow natural gas from Canada to be exported to markets other than the US. This is HUGE for Canada and especially huge for Dawson Creek. More to follow once I gather a bit more info.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/industry-news/energy-and-resources/encanas-ba ...

Carmelo Subdivision Open House!

March 17th, 2011

We are proud to announce that this Mar 19th, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM we will be hosting an Open House at 2012 87A Ave in the Carmelo Subdivision neighborhood, Dawson Creek. This is an opportunity to visit this excellent single family detached for sale in beautiful Carmelo Subdivision.

Please come with any questions you may have. In the meantime you can take a virtual tour of this Carmelo Subdivi ...

2012 87A Ave, Dawson Creek BC , BC

March 17th, 2011

I just finished uploading this single family detached for sale, 2012 87A Ave, Dawson Creek BC , BC

This is a great family home in a quiet, family friendly neighborhood. Built in 1998, this house has everything you would expect from a modern home. The main living space features an open floor plan, lots of kitchen storage and counter space and a patio off of the dining room, perfect for bbq seas ...

Open House!

March 17th, 2011

We are proud to announce that this Mar 19th, 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM we will be hosting an Open House at 857 106th avenue , Dawson Creek. This is an opportunity to visit this excellent single family detached for sale in beautiful .

Please come with any questions you may have. In the meantime you can take a virtual tour of this single family detached for sale.

As always please do not hesitate to ...

It's going to be a soggy spring in Dawson Creek

March 16th, 2011

There is a snow storm swirling outside the window of my office today. Yes, it’s the same one that is swirling outside your office too. This is the middle of March! The first day of spring is officially 5 days from the day that I’m writing this column! Doesn’t look too springy out there to me….But just you wait. It will be spring soon. And as soon as spring is sprung our fair little city ...

Mortgage Rates to Fall??

March 15th, 2011
So now it looks like mortgage rates are going to relax a bit. For the past few weeks we've heard a steady beat of "rates will rise". Now, because of the earthquake in Japan, banks have already started to lower rates. This relates to bond spreads, which I won't go into here, mostly because I don't really understand them. Point to be taken here - anyone who tells you they can predict the future ...
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