Archive for 'Real Estate'

Grande Prairie gathering goes back to medieval times 0

Posted on 22. Sep, 2014 by .

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But at the Half Acre Woods, a property near Deer Ridge Estates in the County of Grande Prairie, medieval enthusiasts get the chance to experience the Middle Ages in real life. Owned by Michele and Rory McNeil, a homemade castle and the surrounding grounds host a monthly potluck by the Grande Prairie Medieval Club. “In […]

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Brampton Trustee – Public – Ward 2&6: William Davies

Posted on 20. Sep, 2014 by .

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SIDEBAR Contact information: Email: daviescup@hotmail.com Article source: http://www.bramptonguardian.com/news-story/4871376-brampton-trustee-public-ward-2-6-william-davies/

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Canterbury Common development an ‘urban legend’, says Scugog

Posted on 18. Sep, 2014 by .

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SCUGOG — Scugog is working swiftly to stamp out residents’ concerns after a concept plan began recently circulating through the Canterbury Common subdivision that proposes to transform a portion of the golf course there into a residential development, possibly with an apartment building. “It’s an urban legend,” said Scugog Mayor Chuck Mercier on Monday afternoon. […]

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Irrational arguments in Calgary’s neverending secondary suite debate can lead …

Posted on 17. Sep, 2014 by .

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For the umpteenth time, there’s a push for legal and consistently codified secondary suites city-wide. City councils have tried for years — and failed — to address the litany of illicit suites and give those who live in and around them legal protection. Opponents are vocal and it appears they are numerous, if our councillors’ […]

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Since when did ‘renter’ become a dirty word in Calgary?

Posted on 15. Sep, 2014 by .

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When did “renting” become such a dirty word in our city? The way some city councillors talk, you would think Calgarians who don’t own property are dangerous parasites bent on spoiling communities wherever they can. Last week, a city council committee had an opportunity to make life a little easier — and safer — for […]

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Historic property divides small Quebec town

Posted on 13. Sep, 2014 by .

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The controversy arose after real-estate agent Poupart put up a billboard advertising a future 12-unit condo-hotel and 90-boat marina on a waterfront site near the town hall. Councillors Villeneuve and Malouf were surprised by the billboard, since the project would have been illegal under the previous urban plan, which only allowed single-family homes on the […]

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Calgary committee members vote against legalizing secondary suites citywide

Posted on 11. Sep, 2014 by .

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Despite the head of the city’s Planning Department saying secondary suites don’t negatively impact parking or property values, committee members voted Wednesday against a proposal to legalize them citywide. In a presentation to members of the Planning and Urban Development Committee, department GM Rollin Stanley attempted to dispel misconceptions around secondary suites, namely that they […]

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BRIEF-Partners Group Holding completes secondary purchase of property …

Posted on 09. Sep, 2014 by .

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Sept 8 (Reuters) – Partners Group Holding AG : * Says completes secondary purchase of EUR 300 million property portfolio in Finland and Sweden * Says real estate portfolio comprises approximately 380,000 sq meters of let-able area with remaining value of around EUR 300 million * Source text for Eikon * Further company coverage Article […]

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BRIEF-Partners Group Holding completes secondary purchase of property …

Posted on 08. Sep, 2014 by .

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Sept 8 (Reuters) – Partners Group Holding AG : * Says completes secondary purchase of EUR 300 million property portfolio in Finland and Sweden * Says real estate portfolio comprises approximately 380,000 sq meters of let-able area with remaining value of around EUR 300 million * Source text for Eikon * Further company coverage Article […]

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Does the city need a better student housing strategy?

Posted on 06. Sep, 2014 by .

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Past a faded couch on the front lawn, a trail of garbage leading up the stairs and a bylaw-infraction notice sticking out of the mailbox, three University of Ottawa student workers approach the door of an apartment on Blackburn Avenue in Sandy Hill. “We’re just coming around to a) welcome you to the neighbourhood and b) let […]

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