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Vancouver Housing Market Predictions 2019 Beautiful Vancouver, the city where so many would love to live and work, which is one reason home prices are so high here. Buyers just might get their opportunity in March/April 2019 as listing grow strongly and prices subside. Right now in...

US Economic Predictions for 2019 to 2024 The US economy continues bright in 2019 with recent positive jobs report and economic growth soaring.  America First commitment is creating wealth and freedom for America's workforce. 312,000 jobs created last month and more is coming. Small business is enjoying...

2019 Stock Market Correction - Dow Plunges Again The 2019 Stock market might be as volatility as 2018, but these market corrections are normal, especially given the big economic shift the country is going through right now. As manufacturing comes back to the US, it is...

Moving to Vancouver Canada | Travel 2019 Are you looking at endless years of monotony where you live without zest and fun? Perhaps you should travel and explore in 2019? One city that should come to mind is Vancouver, Canada. Not up on Vancouver? It's the diversity...

Rating President Trump's First 2 Years It's 2 years in on Donald Trump's presidency and seems like everyone's coming out with their own 2 year report on his performance. Here's a Presidential report card with a twist. It covers the key items but goes further to...

China Housing Bubble About to Collapse? American's are enjoying good economic times again and although the road to health and prosperity will have some bumps, the motion is set. The United States is the envy of the world again. On January 1st, 2019 (25% tariff), imports to...

Demand for Luxury Homes in Aurora Aurora Ontario Canada is one of those special small cities or towns that's blessed with a great location, warm community, and a special character.  It's more than a place of expensive homes and luxury cars however.  If you've never heard...

Lucrative Canadian Real Estate Market Spilling over into the US Foreign buyers are buying up US properties and the biggest increase is coming from Canadians. Even NAR's Chief Lawrence Yun was surprised by the growing demand from Canadians given the low Canadian dollar. Yun is quoted...