Fast Five | August Edition

Aug 7, 2020

Can you believe we are already into August? This month brings about a whole new list of resources and links for us to share with you and our focus shifts to what is coming up for Canadian’s as certain COVID-19 programs close or are folded into current programs. Read on below and if you have any questions, please reach out to us!
Will the next iteration of COVID-19 assistance keep Canadians in their homes? Here’s what the government plans to do next for homeowners. Learn more HERE. 
Canada’s economy outperforming the US currently, as the US continues to struggle with business shut-downs due to COVID-19. Learn more HERE. 
Bank of Canada hints at no interest rate hikes until 2023, much to the relief of homeowners and homebuyers this year.  To learn more, click HERE.
Folding CERB into EI could come with large costs and implications and burden the private sector businesses warn. To learn more, click HERE.
Real Estate market rebounding quickly as The Fraser Valley Real Estate Board’s Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) saw the second-highest number of both property sales and new listings ever recorded in July.  To see this month’s stats package, click HERE. 
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