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  • Max
    July 02, 2010 - 13:24

    Nothing should move ahead until the Gushue Highway is continued through St. John's and into Mount Pearl.

    Simms is the main stumbling block there from the sounds of it - Andy wannabe!!

  • W
    July 02, 2010 - 13:19

    OUr economy is still in half decent shape, but it too will tank just like everywhere else in the world. Most trades are back from AB & Ont and collecting EI now, when that runs, out look out. St. John's has grown way too quick..........developers are just now getting a grip, but soon all the buyers will be gone. I suspect housing will fall about 15-20% in price/cost in the next 3 years. People are quick to forget............when I was growing up my father was a tradesman (and a lucky one who worked on all the major work on the Avalon and he made a very modest living (that's being generous) but the last 20 years he has done EXTREMELY well. Unfortunately NFLD will be back to those modest or should I say making the ends meet types of livings soon.

  • Darryl
    July 02, 2010 - 13:08

    Keep on building, that way the market will be full of homes and not enough buyers. IE. the price of homes will fall. I expect to see the price of new home construction and current houses to drop by as much as 5%-8% by Sept. Beyond that it may drop another 10% in mid 2010 if the economy keeps going the way it is. I am just waiting for the home foreclosures from trade workers who lost there jobs in AB. EI can only last so long.

  • Max
    July 01, 2010 - 20:10

    Nothing should move ahead until the Gushue Highway is continued through St. John's and into Mount Pearl.

    Simms is the main stumbling block there from the sounds of it - Andy wannabe!!

  • W
    July 01, 2010 - 20:01

    OUr economy is still in half decent shape, but it too will tank just like everywhere else in the world. Most trades are back from AB & Ont and collecting EI now, when that runs, out look out. St. John's has grown way too quick..........developers are just now getting a grip, but soon all the buyers will be gone. I suspect housing will fall about 15-20% in price/cost in the next 3 years. People are quick to forget............when I was growing up my father was a tradesman (and a lucky one who worked on all the major work on the Avalon and he made a very modest living (that's being generous) but the last 20 years he has done EXTREMELY well. Unfortunately NFLD will be back to those modest or should I say making the ends meet types of livings soon.

  • Darryl
    July 01, 2010 - 19:43

    Keep on building, that way the market will be full of homes and not enough buyers. IE. the price of homes will fall. I expect to see the price of new home construction and current houses to drop by as much as 5%-8% by Sept. Beyond that it may drop another 10% in mid 2010 if the economy keeps going the way it is. I am just waiting for the home foreclosures from trade workers who lost there jobs in AB. EI can only last so long.