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May 2020

[embed]https://youtu.be/3QgIQzDqXmo[/embed] Who Speaks for the Earth Who Speaks for the Earth? A question that I've been contemplating with both my head and heart for awhile. It looks like others that have come before me have grappled with this as well as I fortunately stumbled across a video by the iconic Carl Sagan, Cosmos by Carl Sagan - Episode 13: Who Speaks For Earth. Covid 19 has caused devastation across the world, but the one bright spot in all of this is the visible relief on the planet. With the reduction of boat traffic and noise pollution, wildlife is once again resurfacing in...

Montreal Market by the Numbers March 2020 Montreal Market by the Numbers March 2020 shows as expected, a very active first half of March and a drop for the second half. According to Centris, here are some of the details: -"In total, 5,907 residential sales transactions were concluded in March 2020, a 4 per cent increase compared to March of last year. Still, this was the 61st consecutive month of sales growth. For the first quarter of the year, 14,662 transactions were concluded in the Montreal CMA, a 13 per cent increase compared to the first quarter of 2019. -The Island of Montreal registered...

COVID 19 And Montreal Real Estate   COVID 19 And Montreal Real Estate finds us in a state of flux and change. Just as Premier Legault sent us into full lockdown mode, the Montreal housing market was booming and in full swing. Open houses were packed with lineups at certain properties. Most of the sales went from five thousand to several hundred thousand over asking. Pre-Covid, inventories were low, demand was high, and prices were on a continual rise. The reality is that although prices continued to increase, Montreal's prices still remained substantially lower than there counterparts in the Toronto and Vancouver...