Thursday, July 31, 2008

Millwoods condo follow-up and classic videos

Millwoods condos that were originally for sale as "ridiculous discounts" are still on the market 154,900 and 164,900. Anyone feel they totally missed out when they were bargains in February?

The 1 bedrooms normally range in price from $179,900 to $190,900. The 2 bedrooms range from $204,900 to $227,900.
The developer, for these first 10 units only, is selling them at $150,000 for a 1 bedroom and $160,000 for a 2 bedroom.

See earlier posts here, here and here.

Like a good wine some things get better with age. On that note some classic and entertaining videos:

gets good after the 1:30 mark


Brent said...

The video all real estate is local, ha ha.
Those bulls got to be eating crow now. It would be nice to see another interview now with those bulls and the one sensible guy that knew the rocket ship had to come back down to earth.

Brent said...

TORONTO -- As the figures showed the U.S. economy may have slipped into recession at the end of 2007, more evidence emerged on Thursday that the retreat in Canadian housing is beginning to exact a heavier toll on this side of the border.

Construction activity dropped for a third month in a row in May in Canada while output from real estate agents plunged 16.8% in the month over the year before. Together, activity in the two housing-related sectors fell 4.9% in May from May 2007 -- the biggest slide in a decade of available data.


Brent said...

Economy slips 0.1% on 'see-saw' ride

Energy sector weakness contributes to surprising May decline in GDP
Gordon Isfeld, Canwest News Service
Published: 2:02 am

OTTAWA - Canada's economy took an unexpected tumble in May, as weakness in the energy sector and other major industries highlighted a "see-saw pattern" that has confounded many economists and kept the country's central bank on the sidelines for months.

Gross domestic product edged down 0.1 per cent during the month -- the fourth decline in six months -- after a rise of 0.4 per cent in April, according to a Statistics Canada report Thursday, providing new signs that the economy may be tipping toward recession


squidly77 said...

good post bearclaw

ed jensen is now a journalist with the calgary sun..wanna read some this

squidly77 said...

july creb stats.. released aug 01

buff_butler said...

Oh man... that second last one was gold.