Alberta has lead housing sales in Canada for 2012, and Calgary is projected to be the hottest investment city for the next three years as per the Real Estate Investment Network (REIN) research. However, housing prices fell in 10 out of 11 major markets for the first time since 2009, which speaks to Toronto’s condo market, having seen a 16% dip in sales and a 38% decline for the sales of detached, semi-detached and townhouses from 2011. Sales have fallen drastically for Vancouver dropping 29%, but sellers are holding close to their price or electing to take the property off the market. The new mortgageRead More →

I have always had an interest in politics, but over the years I have found myself further and further removed from the leaders, platforms, and political party agendas. Family, career, friends, and other life balances tend to take precedence. The other day, I came across a CTV tweet: Opinion: Christy Clark still faces that double standard, an article by David Obee, a columnist from the Victoria times. The article gives what I believe to be a level headed view of a controversial question asked of our Premier Clark on December 19 while being interviewed by a Courtney Radio station. 98.9 JetFM host Drex asked, “OnRead More →

BUSINESS BASICS Started as a Realtor in: 2009 Specialization: Langley, Cloverdale, North Delta, and Surrey One-piece of advice for your clients: Don’t be afraid to be vocal. I strongly encourage my clients to voice any inquiries, concerns and feedback they may have along the way. Why Sutton? There is great value in Sutton. There are 19 offices across the Lower Mainland and the Island we were #1 in transactions in 2011. The training and support is great and the company keeps me educated on all industry changes. “From the initial meeting we had with Gabe we knew he was the one for us. So sure,Read More →