Pennies from Heaven!

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Bill 23 Advocates that Municipalities Forgo all Development Charges and Parkland Dedication fees. Presently the city of Toronto is estimating that the 2022 deficit will exceed $800,000,000 Mayor Tory is already genuflecting to numerous Ottawa mandarins for Financial assistance. If Laneway and Nanny suites must conform to municipal building codes. Then why would these additional residences not […]

Waiting On A Change

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This past week HWY 10 has witnessed two fatal collisions. This resulted in the death of two citizens along with closure of the Hwy for many hours. Our community has been petitioning for change for decades. Perhaps this humorous video might lend insight to the ridiculous inertia facing the desperately needed highway 10 safety upgrades. Meanwhile may […]

Where too Next?

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Felling lightheaded by the recent Real Estate Market Gyrations. Know that you are not alone! Pointedly until interest rates stop rising and begin to level off. G.T.A Home prices will probably continue their negative trajectory. How steep and long will the trajectory become is a multi-billion dollar question. Certain financial triggers can be found in such […]

Reach For The Top!

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Few can contest that the G.T.A housing market has become a raging inferno. Factually home prices have tripled inside 10 years with the biggest % increase occurring in the last 2 years. According to TREB “Toronto`s Average Home Price set another record in January, nearing $1.3 million.” Most of us can acknowledge that the primary […]

Crystalizing Capital Gains

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Few can debate that these are the most uncertain of times. Wherever one looks around there is discernable political derision, growing economic inequality and most importantly we are in the middle of an unprecedented health crisis. The million dollar question remains how and where do we go from here? Acknowledging that personal, municipal, provincial & […]

Stock markets should fully recover in the 2nd half of the year 2020…

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Herd Immunity versus Quarantine! & Equities experience an early Santa Claus rally. Goldman Sachs just hosted an Investee call where 1500 companies dialed in. The key economic takeaways were inclusive of the following: 50% of Americans will contract the virus (150m people), as it is very communicable. This is on a par with the common […]