Upward Trend of Home Prices will Continue in Toronto

BMO Economist Robert Kavcic noted that the growth is still only really about Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary and elsewhere the decline is already here. The weekly Bloomberg Nanos Canadian Confidence Index shows that Canadian householders are  cautious. The index includes a monitor of sentiment on real estate and the latest survey, carried out last week, reveals […]

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No apologies by Julie Meyer  

Wow! Simply inspirational!  You never know what happens to you. Check it out.  No apologies by Julie Meyer Like many entrepreneurs, I’m a bit schizophrenic. I have to project confidence while constantly de-risking situations which I realise would make a lot of people collapse. To make matters (worse/better – choose), I have become partners to […]

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10 Behaviors That Could Kill Your Career by Jack Welch

If you recognize your own behaviors here, make it your mission to change them — before you have to. In time, you’re likely to see your career move from a stall to a soar. Misfiring on performance or values — Overcommitting and under-delivering. Resistance to change — Failing to embrace new ideas. Being a Problem […]

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Is Upward Trend in GTA Home Prices Possible in 2015?

Through the first 11 months of 2014, total sales of homes in GTA amounted to 88,462 – up 6.6 per cent compared to the same period in 2013. In Nov 2014 alone residential home sales through MLS was 6519. This result was up by 2.6 per cent compared to 6,354 sales reported in November 2013. […]

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Retirement Income from Diversified Sources –Make it a reality!

“Between the mid-1970s to the mid-1990s, the number of the elderly living below the low income cut-offs in Canada has considerably decreased. The success of Canada in this connection has been well documented in recent years, and OECD (2001) largely attributes this success to the combination of different sources of income at the time of […]

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In pursuit of Peace and Passive Income!

“Depression is a common mental disorder. Globally, more than 350 million people of all ages suffer from depression. Depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide, and is a major contributor to the global burden of disease. More women are affected by depression than men” —World Health Organization. Inner Peace and Passive Income could be the solution […]

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Protect yourself from real estate fraud

Wealth Builders and all others have to protect themselves against various types of real estate frauds. Here are the two types of major frauds. Title fraud: It starts with identity theft, which occurs when your personal information is collected and used by someone identifying himself or herself as you. Fraudster uses your identity to assume […]

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Mortgages: Things to watch out for!

Banks are in the business of building wealth for themselves, not for you. But you are in the business of building wealth for yourself. Your interests would often clash with theirs. Banks have much better resources and know how to protect theirs. How about you? When getting a mortgage, the mortgage penalty is something you […]

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Choosing the right mortgage for you.

  Here are a few tips/strategies on mortgage to help you build wealth. When choosing the mortgage, you have to pay attention to several factors, including the following, to choose the right mortgage suited to your circumstances: Type of mortgage: Fixed or variable. Fixed means monthly payment and interest rate will remain fixed during the […]

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Wealth Checkup!

How wealthy are you? Answer these TEN questions to find out the state of your wealth. How much debt do you owe? What is more important to you today: Building Wealth Acquiring Debt Freedom Both For every dollar you earn, how much do you pay in interest to credit cards, loans, line of credit etc.? […]

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