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New property listed in Fort St. John - City SE, Fort St. John

I have listed a new property at 8816 75 ST in Fort St. John. See details here

Looking for a lot that is ready for a home a that already has a garage? Then look no further that this property. With back alley access to the garage. The existing mobile has been disconnected from BC Hydro. This mobile is of no value and needs to be removed from the lot. Property is where is, as is.


New property listed in Fort St. John - Rural W 100th, Fort St. John

I have listed a new property at 12903 AGNES LANE in Charlie Lake. See details here

First time on the market, don't miss out on this executive custom-built home on 4.75 acres located in the Cardahl Estates in the Charlie Lake area! This 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom home with attached garage has a wonderful view of the city of Fort St. John & area. The country kitchen has oak cabinets that includes a pull-out spice drawer for the chef in you! There is a Jenn-air cooktop with interchangeable grill attachment in the island. All the lower cabinets have pull out shelves along with large pantry. Windows have a European style layout. The home boasts wide hallways and entry ways. Both bathrooms have molded Marble sinks & countertops. The basement is ready for your personal layout design. There is a 30'x40' shop heated & wired for a welder, Landscaped to perfection!


Open House. Open House on Wednesday, June 14, 2023 5:00PM - 7:00PM

Please visit our Open House at 34 PRINCESS CRES in Fort St. John. See details here

Open House on Wednesday, June 14, 2023 5:00PM - 7:00PM

This gem of a beautiful & vivid colorful, well-lit renovated 5-bedroom 2-bathroom home with a detached garage in Princess Crescent has everything one is looking for! From the bright and functional galley kitchen, to the fully fenced in backyard, with raised garden beds, fruit trees, berry bushes and gated access to the park! There is a spacious sized back porch area for ease of access on those winter or rainy days. On the main floor the dining room has easy access to the kitchen and the south facing front room. In the basement is a good-sized cheery family room, along with 2 bedrooms, bathroom and laundry room with storage. The roof was re-shingled 6 years ago, HWT is 5 years old.


I have sold a property at 10912 110 AVE in Fort St. John

I have sold a property at 10912 110 AVE in Fort St. John. See details here

Looking for a great home that is move in ready? Look no further than this 4 bedroom 3 bathroom home with attached garage located in the Westridge subdivision! Located on a quiet street with plenty of parking. The open concept floor plan has a large entry way, the kitchen has hickory cabinets, an island and lots of natural light. There is a gas fire place in the living room, with patio doors to the fence backyard. Master bedroom has walk-in closet and ensuite. The basement is fully finished with lots of space for all with a good size bedroom, full bathroom and storage. The backyard has raised garden beds, and the 16 x 12 work shed is heated! With fresh paint, built-in vacuum, newer HWT, stove and dishwasher, everything is ready for you!


I have sold a property at 9704 118 AVE in Fort St. John

I have sold a property at 9704 118 AVE in Fort St. John. See details here

Looking for a great home with the ability to make the basement your own design? Then look no further than this home in the Evergreen subdivision. With lots of room upstairs, fenced yard, vaulted ceiling, double car garage. Outside basement entry. Neat and clean! Ready for you.


June 2023 | Bank of Canada Rate Announcement

In a recent move, the Bank of Canada has announced an increase in its target for the overnight rate, bringing it to 4.75%. The Bank Rate has also been adjusted to 5%, while the deposit rate now stands at 4.75%. Alongside this rate hike, the Bank continues its policy of quantitative tightening, indicating a tightening of monetary conditions. These decisions come as the global economic landscape experiences shifts in consumer price inflation, economic growth, and financial conditions. In this blog post, we will delve into these developments and their implications for Canada's economy and beyond.

Decreasing Global Consumer Price Inflation:
Consumer price inflation worldwide has shown a downward trend, primarily driven by lower energy prices compared to the previous year. While this provides some relief, underlying inflation remains stubbornly high. Central banks across major economies are signaling the possibility of further interest rate hikes to restore price stability, indicating a concerted effort to address inflationary pressures.

The United States Economy: Resilient Consumer Spending Amidst Slowing Growth:
The US economy has shown signs of slowing growth; however, consumer spending has surprisingly remained resilient. This resilience, coupled with a tight labor market, highlights the underlying strength of the US economy. Nonetheless, policymakers are monitoring the situation closely, considering the potential impact of higher interest rates on economic expansion.

Stalled Economic Growth in Europe, Yet Persistent Upward Pressure on Core Prices:
Europe's economic growth has essentially stalled, presenting a challenge for policymakers. However, upward pressure on core prices persists, indicating potential inflationary concerns. Balancing these factors becomes crucial as central banks navigate monetary policy decisions in the region.

China's Growth: Slowing Down After an Initial Surge:
China, a key player in the global economy, experienced a surge in growth during the first quarter of the year. However, expectations are now shifting toward a slowdown in growth. This transition raises questions about the overall trajectory of the Chinese economy and its potential implications for global markets.

Tightening Financial Conditions Reflecting Pre-Bank Failure Era:
Financial conditions worldwide have tightened, resembling the conditions seen before the bank failures in the United States and Switzerland. This tightening underscores the need for caution and prudence in monetary policy decisions, as central banks seek to strike a balance between stimulating economic growth and maintaining financial stability.

Canada's Stronger-than-Expected Economic Performance:
Canada's economy outperformed expectations in the first quarter of 2023, demonstrating a robust GDP growth rate of 3.1%. The nation experienced broad-based consumption growth, even after accounting for population gains. Demand for services rebounded, while spending on interest-sensitive goods increased. Additionally, the housing market displayed recent signs of renewed activity. These positive developments indicate the resilience and strength of Canada's economic fundamentals.

The Bank's Decision to Increase the Policy Interest Rate:
Based on an accumulation of evidence, the Bank of Canada decided to increase the policy interest rate. The move reflects the view that the existing monetary policy was insufficiently restrictive to bring supply and demand into balance and return inflation sustainably to the 2% target. Alongside the rate increase, the Bank continues its policy of quantitative tightening, aimed at normalizing the Bank's balance sheet and complementing the restrictive stance of monetary policy.