How would you decorate this sun room in #RanchoBernardo? Is it too crazy to open all the windows and hang a #hammock right in the middle of the room? 😂
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I’m not sure what I love most - the barn door or the gorgeous bathroom behind it 😍😍 Stunning design by the talented @bessorated. Much more to come from this marathon shoot last week!! 📸by Yellow Umbrella Imaging
"Balance and Tranquility...How do you keep it?", she asked. Moments, I said. I believe that your mental health and spiritual health are JUST as important as your physical health. .
The truth is, happiness, tranquility, and balance are all within you. Peace is 100% attainable and it has nothing to do with how demanding your work/business/family are. It's 100% dependent on YOU. It's a choice.
A daily choice that can sometimes become a minute-by-minute and even a second-to-second choice. It's about choosing how you react to what "happens to you."
For me, this choice can sometimes come in the form of a deep breath followed by positive words of encouragement to myself. I may look crazy if I'm in public, but really only because I'm working on making myself CRAZY HAPPY 🤪
Do you choose happiness? Is there anything you say to yourself to bring you back to a balanced state of peace in your life?
Despite rising home prices and deteriorating affordability, Canada remains a nation of aspiring homeowners.
The study pointed to the continued strong resale activity as one indicator of this.
Resale activity in 2017 was still the third-highest year on record, at 516,500 sales, just off the peak of 541,2220 sales in 2016.
But other polls have also found a strong desire among younger generations that still dream of owning.
RBC’s Homeownership Poll found a seven-percentage-point increase in the percentage of overall Canadians who planned to buy a home within the next two years (32%), and a full 50% of millennials.
Similarly, a RE/MAX poll found more than half of “Generation Z” (those aged 18-24) also hope to own a home within the next few years.
Perhaps the biggest question is whether those aspiring homeowners will have the means to surpass the barriers to homeownership, namely larger down payments and the government’s new stress test. “While recent changes to mortgage qualifying have made the barrier to entry higher, those who can qualify will be much better off in the long term,” Paul Taylor, President and CEO of Mortgage Professionals Canada said in a statement. “Given the economic advantages of homeownership, Mortgage Professionals Canada would recommend the government consider ways to enable more middle-class Canadians to achieve homeownership.” Despite its affordability benefit over renting, Dunning addresses some of the impediments of homeownership, namely the longer timeframe needed to save for the down payment. Despite higher home prices and larger down payments required, first-time buyers still made an average 20% down payment.
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