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Coming to You from Vancouver, Craig Rushton

There is no doubt that in this day and age, connections are made online.  I have only met Craig Rushton, Realtor at Century 21 Vancouver online. I follow him on Twitter, and truly admire his web marketing strategy. I wouldn't hesitate to refer any West Coast clients to Craig because he is really good.  I appreciate his comprehensive website with stats, testimonials, blog, local information, ...

Hamptons, Martha's Vineyard......or PEI Waterfront Real Estate?

With PEI Waterfront vacation properties on the move again, the want vs. the need is still the buyers biggest question. PEI's eastern location, (only approx 14 hours drive time from NY City and approx 17 hours from Boston), has always been an attractive location to own a luxury property for those who have discovered our Island. PEI has been dubbed a great bargain, ...

Century 21 REALTOR Ron Barrett Receives Liz Coady Award From PEI Real Estate Association !

Ron Barrett of Century 21 Northumberland Realty Ltd. is the 2009 recipient of the Liz Coady Award. The award was presented to Barrett on February 24 by the Prince Edward Island Real Estate Association (PEIREA) in recognition of his unselfish and untiring service to the real estate industry, the community and province of PEI. The Award is named in honour of the late Liz Coady, a Realtor who exemplified ...

PEI Century 21 Real Estate Agents Receive Awards !

Joel Ives, owner of CENTURY 21 Colonial Realty Inc is pleased to announce that CENTURY 21 Canada recently recognized the following Sales Representatives for their hard work and success.   "These agents place their real estate wisdom and passion for life into their everyday business, helping to make clients more comfortable with the real estate transaction as they make what may be the most significant ...

New Mortgage Rules

The new mortgage rules recently announced by the Government of Canada thru CMHC left a few lingering questions.  For the most part the new rules raised the bar for most borrower classes with an eye toward making it somewhat harder to get mortgage financing.  Speculators were hardest hit as the Down-payment threshold for CMHC coverage for non-owner occupied dwellings was lowered to 20%, speculators ...