Adam Mills Team Real Estate Market Update – June 2015

June Newsletter Summary: May 2015 saw 1,926 homes sell in Ottawa, an increase of 7.7% from May 2014. The average sale price in May 2015 for a home in Ottawa was $411,791 an increase of 2.6% over May 2014. Average “Cumulative Days on Market” in Ottawa is 72. Also check out “7 Steps to Over …
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Edward Jones Weekly Update – June 1

Teach Your Children To Be Savers and Investors   Ideally, our children should learn good behaviour from us. But when it comes to living within our means, and saving and investing for the future, we're not setting such a good example. Consider that household debt, as measured by the ratio of debt payments to disposable …
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TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – June 1

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – June 1 United States The U.S. economy contracted in the first quarter of 2015, with real GDP declining by an annualized 0.7%. Still, the second reading was better than market expectations which called for a decline of 0.9%. Despite the slowdown at the start of the year, a handful of …
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Edward Jones Weekly Update – May 27

Nourish the “Roots” of your Investment Strategy  The feeling of spring is in the air, and as we draw nearer to longer days and sunny weather, many of us have gardening on the mind. Perhaps you are planting some flowers in your garden, or helping to plant trees in your community. That act of planting …
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TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – May 27

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – May 27 United States Global equities had a solid week as lackluster economic data suggested continued central bank accom­modation. Bond markets traded sideways as soft data was offset by oil prices. Manufacturing PMIs painted a mixed picture of global activity. Chinese industry continued to contract in May, while Japanese and …
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Edward Jones Weekly Update – May 19

Life Insurance: A Good Choice to Protect Your Mortgage If you’re buying your first home, or moving into a different one or negotiating a new mortgage, you will probably be asked if you want to purchase mortgage insurance so that your mortgage will get paid in case you or your spouse dies. Many Canadians do …
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