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The fact that bookings are still down 87 per cent from where they were a year ago, well, that receives very little mention. Economy that appears to be emerging relatively unscathed and it is housing, especially single family with backyards and in the suburbs a pattern we can expect to see post pandemic. Lumber prices see the opportunity here as they have been bid up 45 per cent from their lows nearly two months ago (and up nearly 10 per cent year over year).David Rosenberg: Sorry, but we won’t be spending our way out of this downturnDavid Rosenberg: The Great Canadian Debt Surge has come home to roostDavid Rosenberg: Recovery looms, but you’ll have to wait for itIn addition to single family housing, apartment real estate investment trusts with high quality tenants have also hung in quite well.
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So, in making that choice, we believe you should know what we’re all about. We reject the traditional sales approach to real estate where the goal of the salesperson is to sell you something. Rather, we practice a consultative approach where we help you to analyze your needs and goals, and together, as a team, formulate a game plan to get you there with the greatest financial return and the least aggravation.
I wanted something unusual and distinctive as I wanted people to stop and chat to me as I cycled the local Monmouthshire Brecon Canal towpath, as I could now talk for hours on the finer points of bikes and cycling.Mercian’s frames were very beautiful, very high quality, but standard designs so after I wiped the drool and tears from my notepad, I ruled them out. Hetchins (now built by Bob Jackson) seemed to be everybody’s first choice, but it occurred to me that curly rear stays were only designed to soften the bumps out of the ride, and most modern roads are pretty smooth now, Bates did something similar with their front forks so it didn’t seem as if there was much to be gained, however for sheer aesthetic appeal they are extremely hard to beat.Then I came across Flying Gates, my first reaction was “what on earth is going on with those frames they look really wrong”, but I found that something about them just kept niggling at me, and I kept looking and finding out as much as I could. Their very unique design also offered something that other designs could not better power transmission, my aging limbs need whatever help they can get, and Flying Gates are supposed to have an advantage here.