Blog by Linda Xiang

GDP and the Housing Market

October 1st, 2009

GDP and the Housing Market

On September 30th, Statistics Canada released a report stating that Canada's GDP 'stalled' in July, reversing its June growth of 0.1% to slide back to no growth in July. While these numbers seem small, economists had expected Canada's GDP to grow by 0.5% and the figures suggest Canada may not bounce back as quickly or fervently as once hoped.

Surprisingly, the sec ...

You can find my number anytime

September 17th, 2009

I have a new website which is great for my client who can not recall my number immediatelly. Just remeber VANCOUVER, HOME and TEL. You can find my business infomation including my number, my website and e-mail though internet and mobile phones. It's so simple ,and find me instantly when you need real estate service.

Fixture and chattels

September 12th, 2009

When buying and selling property, you're usually not just conveying the rights to land, but also the transfer of improvements on the land. And while you would think that it would be easy to identify the difference between Fixtures and Chattels, the distinction is often blurry, and the consequences of ambiguity can be high.

Fixtures are items that 'run with the land', and are considered as a ...

New HST and Real Estate

September 8th, 2009

On July 23, 2009, Premier Gordon Campbell and Finance Minister Colin Hansen announced that the provincial and federal
governments will combine the 7% provincial sales tax (PST) and the 5% federal GST into one 12% harmonized sales tax (HST), effective July 1, 2010.
They explained that over the long-term, the HST would lower business costs and boost investment, which would improve productivity, e ...

Fung Shui

July 5th, 2009

I find a Fungshai artical from a blog, it's interesting and my thought too.


2009-07-03 20:17:09






我的主卧室,以前我非常满意,现在信风水了,往床上一躺,那 tray ceiling 就变成了一个巨大的棺材盖。我的天啊,瞪着眼睛望着那罩着我整个身躯的棺材盖,我有一种睡在棺材里的感觉。儿时在中国我整天“抬头望见北斗星,心中想念毛泽东”, ...