These properties, the majority of which are classified as “Single Family Homes,” play a significant role in driving market averages to their headline creating highs. Any property that has a yard is in great demand – just beginning to be felt in town-home-style properties. This demand curve increases coupling with limited supply is leading to multiple bidding and competitive fervor. So not only sis there a demographic and economic demand for these types of properties, they also just happens to be the market where a lot of foreign money likes to park
A proposal from the Swedish parliamentary committee responsible for environmental policy has set out how the country can go “carbon neutral” within 30 years. The country says it could cut domestic emissions by at least 85 per cent from 1990 levels and offset the remaining 15 per cent by investing in projects to cut carbon emissions abroad. The committee is backed by seven out of the eight parties currently in parliament, with only the Sweden Democrats, who got 13 per cent of votes in the 2014 election, not represented on the committee. The new plan would speed up Sweden’s previous pledge to have no net emissions of greenhouse gases by 2050.
[Calgary’s] real estate future isn’t exactly bright, says expert Don Campbell, but today’s market conditions are quite different than they were during the deep recession of 1982… 2016 is slated to be a difficult year on many levels in the city but, like the many previous economic storms that have hit this city in the past, Calgarians have the ingenuity and strength to navigate through it.