Monthly Archives: January 2010

Canadian Real Estate Continues to Recover

Exceptionally low interest rates, government incentives (rebates, tax breaks and RRSP contributions), the looming HST and a renewed consumer confidence puts Canada as the world leader when it comes to the recovery of the global real estate market. In a recent report on Global Real Estate Trends written by Adrienne Warren of Scotiabank, Canada is(…)

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2009: A Record Year for Real Estate

2009: A Record Year for Real Estate

  Last year ended stronger than expected for Canadian real estate and shed some hope for the industry and the Canadian economy as a whole.  Many in the real estate industry predicted that 2009 would continue to post a decline in both units sold and average prices.  MLS sales for 2009, however, were reported at(…)

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Sean Kavanagh wins 2009 Rookie of the Year Award

Sean Kavanagh wins 2009 Rookie of the Year Award

Sean Kavanagh, Sales Representative, was the winner of the third Annual Rookie of the Year Award for CENTURY 21 Miller Real Estate.  The announcement was made at the company’s Christmas Lunch on Friday, December 18, 2009.  Broker of Record Bill Miller presented Sean with the trophy. The Rookie of the Year Award The objective of this(…)

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Ontario Housing Market Will Stay Strong in 2010

Ontario Housing Market Will Stay Strong in 2010

Canada and more specifically Ontario appears to have avoided any lasting impact from the collapse of the US housing market and the subprime mortgage market meltdown. What we have seen over the past 18 months was fear versus demand and fair market values relative to the true economic environment in Ontario. From the price stability(…)

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