Monthly Archives: March 2011

Hey, My Property Sold, now the sold sign is up, what’s next?

Finalizing the Sale and Possession   Possession Day: The day the purchaser receives possession of the property. This is often the same as completion date. 12:00 (Noon) is generally accepted at the time for possession to exchange.   That is … Continue reading

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Summerland Economics, part 2. A fresh effort.

I have received many positive comments regarding the ideas I have been putting forward recently.  However, I have also received feedback that some of my efforts are being perceived as feisty or provocotive. I do realize in hindsight that I … Continue reading

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B.U.S.U. Here’s another idea for those opposed to a prison

or a golf course, or… Kettle Valley Dried Fruits, or whatever else…is just not quite right for Summerland… I wish I could take credit for this idea.  But no way can I, except to say “imitation is the sincerest form … Continue reading

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Real Estate Market Update/Commentary March 26 2011

March 26 2011 Industrial Commercial Investment Update: Feature Property on MLS Main St building was listed on market spring 2010 for $649,900 then reduced to $549,000 did not sell, total days on market unsold was 274.  New listing this  week: … Continue reading

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Outlook Conference in the News

“My focus right now is on how our community is dealing with an economic option which is the prison,” Murphy said. “I’m disappointed that the town has been led down the path once again to divisiveness and position taking.” “Winners … Continue reading

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