Monthly Archives: September 2011

Summerland, Small Town Trails

Summerland Council responded to a Ministry of Environment request to close Garnet Valley to off road traffic…I think this is brilliant, and I am sure some of the credit needs to go to David Gregory as well, who is always … Continue reading

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Summerland Market Update & Commentary

based on MLS statistics, most recent 30 day window: Aug 26 to Sept 26 # active listings all categories: 405 # new listings this 30 day window: 26 # solds this 30 day window: 25 This is the first 30 … Continue reading

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What can Summerland learn

from the recent announcement regarding the Landmark Cinema corporation? Great news, for sure, and a positive shot in the arm for confidence in the South Okanagan.  But, read between the lines, and note that the P.I.B. has now LOST one … Continue reading

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U.S. tax dollars spent on a study to determine that

about 2.3 million homeowners could have refinanced their mortgages last year if they didn’t owe more than their homes were worth or if lending standards weren’t so strict. http://www.cnbc.com/id/44637786 Grandma, tell me again that old story about the concepts of … Continue reading

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Small town common sense in a big bad world…

I read this on a f/b item from Summerland CROSS FIT TRAINER Brent Hayter Today we mourn the passing of a beloved old friend, Common Sense, who has been with us for many years. No one knows for sure how … Continue reading

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