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25.9% by First Time Buyers (up from 16.2 in March)*
18.6% of purchases were by Move-Up Buyers (down from 24.6% )
11.8% buying Revenue/Investment Property (up from 10.6%)*
10.5% moving from Single Family Home to Strata Unit (same as March – 10.6%)
5.5% moving into Retirement Home/Seniors Community (down from 7.8%)
4.5% moving from Strata property to Single Family Home (down from 6.1%)
* During the month of April, there was substantial
FEBRUARY SURVEY SUMMARY
21.3% of purchases were by Move-Up Buyers (up from 19.8% in January)*
19.7% by First Time Buyers (down from 24.8%)
12.6% purchasing Recreation Property (up from 11.6%)
9.4% buying Revenue/Investment Property (down from 13.2%)
7.1% moving from Single Family Home to Strata Unit (down from 10.7%)
7.1% moving into Retirement Home/Seniors Community (up from 2.5%)*
6.3% moving from Strata property to Single
The Bank of Canada announced this morning that it is holding its target for the overnight rate at 1 per cent. The Bank sees economic growth in Canada picking-up through 2013, as growth in exports and business investment offset a slowdown in household spending and residential construction. On inflation, the Bank noted that low core and total CPI inflation have been more subdued than the Bank projected, owing to significant excess capacity in the economy. Given low inflation and what the Bank terms
29.9% of purchases were by Move-Up Buyers
17.5% by First Time Buyers
11.3% purchasing Recreation Property (up from 9.1%)
9.3 % buying Revenue/Investment Property
5.2% moving from Single Family Home to Strata Unit (downfrom 10.4%)
4.1% moving from Strata property to Single Family Home
3.1% moving into Retirement Home/Seniors Community
NOTE:During the month of December,there was an increase in the sales of Recreation Properties, and
When itcomes to home security, most homeowners think about door locks and alarms. Theseare, of course, very important. However, there is also a lot you can do aroundyour property to prevent the possibility of a break-in.
Oneimportant part of home security is outdoor lighting. Your home doesn't need tobe lit up like a baseball diamond at night, but your exterior lighting should illuminateyour yard enough to be a deterrent to burglars.
Someburglars hide around the property