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Investors and their advisors usually gravitate toward one of three types of equity investments.
Owning one’s own home remains a high priority for many Canadians.
An election year is usually a good one for Canadian taxpayers.
So why do so many Canadians continue to invest in mutual funds?
An investor’s motivation for selling their holdings can sometimes be attributed to fear.
Many investors ignore one of the simplest methods available to them.
Unit sales to the end of February across all categories of Greater Victoria housing continued to decline
For many, the shift in investment strategy has come several years too late.
Many retirement savings options exist for today’s employees
Much debate continues around the issue of affordable housing on the Peninsula
Greater Victoria’s residential real estate market performance numbers, now in for 2012, provide a few clues to trends we might see in 2013
The Tax-Free Savings Account program was introduced in 2009
While this program can be equivalent to the entire five per cent down payment on a $200,000 condo, it is not widely understood.
Housing activity and prices continue to decline by most measures
Real estate columnist writes about whether or not a softening market is a good time to buy or sell a home
Maximum amortization of 25 years intended to cool Toronto market but will affect Greater Victoria real estate
As interest rates rise eventually, bond values are expected to drop
Peninsula based finance expert offers pros and cons of investing in U.S. securities
Secondary suites are mortgage helpers to increase affordability and offer housing options for Peninsula workers
Selecting dividend-paying equities as a key component of one’s portfolio strategy is a major tool that is available to an investor