Life At UWM

Several people see China’s slowdown as the supply of the next worldwide recession, but couple of seem to realize the intense vulnerability of China’s vast housing marketplace and the many knock-on consequences of that market place grinding to a halt. Now property costs in other countries can be less expensive than the UK so on the face of it, if you believe the marketing hype, they can appear like great investments. I hope future generations, when they’re studying this bubble, the most significant economic bubble in human history, enjoy this real-time view of what occurred, and how it happened. Virtually, this means taking significant account of how ‘cross-border’ economic, housing and labour industry links will have an effect on policy decisions.

Ultimately, here’s a description of the proposal that was published on the ThinkCity site and a Vancouver Sun commentary by my colleague Bob Ransford whose judgement is regarded hugely by a lot of of us in the Vancouver housing and improvement community. Thanks to a great idea by Will at Penguin, I’ll be posting excerpts and riffs from the book on my blog every week beginning in September. Offers a lot more resources to the Office of Lead Hazard Control and Healthy Properties ($25 million) and lead hazard handle in public housing ($25 million).

Word travels quick and eventually the unit will become identified as drug infested and will no longer be mixed revenue housing. On the other hand, it should be repeated that the redevelopment of LAHC land … READ MORE