Brampton, The City of Falling Petals….

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The city once called “The Flower Town of Canada”, a title based on a vast acreage mostly covered by large number of greenhouses (which began with Edward Dale in 1863) and reaching a production of over 20 million blooms. Brampton, unfortunately, has, throughout the years, lost the designation… today; still commonly known as “Flower City” […]

Promising a Tumultuous 2019!

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Political socioeconomic issues, such as Brexit, Russian hegemony, Merkeldammerung of Germany, global corporate debt, intellectual hacking, volatility within equity markets, 65 million plus global migrants, Totalitarian toned populism, global warming, etc. will remain contentious and largely unresolved. Most people wonder, why and how, do these distant and murky questions effect my life? Firstly, these hot button […]

Three Degrees Of Separation! London England, New York U.S.A., & Toronto Canada!

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Not more than 2 decades ago we boasted that the world had shrunk to 6 degrees of separation.  The concept that everyone & everything in the world are 6 steps away or less. Now it is generally conceded that in our ultra connected social universe works to 3 degrees of separation. Why & how does […]

4 plants or 40 what is the difference?

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Technically, October 17th 2018 is C Day for all cannabis growers. How will this legislative Pandora`s Box effect property values is discussed in the Globe & Mail article below. If you have any other questions , please feel to email admin@reappraisals.ca Appraisers warn of the real-estate cost of homegrown cannabis SHANE DINGMAN TORONTO PUBLISHED OCTOBER […]

A Chill Starts to Creep into the G.T.A. Housing Market

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Will the lulling, bucolic days of August be the harbinger for the G.T.A housing market for the remainder of 2018 & 2019? Metaphorically the Bank of Canada now sits between a rock and a hard place, regarding it`s predicament to raise rates or hold rates steady. Domestic inflation is now greater > 3.2 %. Nearly […]