And that’s all the more reason to view your home purchase primarily as a lifestyle decision rather than an investment in the hopes of a “quick return,” John Geha said.
“The double-digit appreciation days are gone, but we’re still seeing solid growth in real estate values,” Geha said in a phone interview from Kelowna. “It’s a healthy market.”
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